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  1. yourbiggestfanStan

    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    MSI has just revealed their GTX 1650 Low Profile GPU, the Geforce GTX 1650 4GT LP It appears the only differerence between the two cards is in ports. MSI's card has a HDMI and DVI, while Zotac's has HDMI, DP, and DVI. Here is the link to Zotac's website for their GTX 1650 Low Profile, Z T-T16500H-10L
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    RTX Super Leaked Pricing

    The Super series is a significant departure from the old annual release cycle, which was broken with the gtx 900 and gtx 10 series which were sold for two years.
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    RTX Super Leaked Pricing

    Unconfirmed leaks are indicating that the 2019 RTX Super will be getting a performance boost, with a price cut to most of the 2018 lineup. This is great news for anyone considering a RTX GPU. Cuda core counts are unconfirmed, but effectively the super series will contain the chipset of the next higher 2018 RTX card. What this means is that the 2060 super willl have a 2070 chip, and the 2070 super will have a 2080 chip, and the 2080 super will have a 2080 TI series chip. The 2080 TI will not receive a super edition but will have its price cut as well. The 2060 will maintain the 349 price, with the super edition being given a hefty $429.99 price. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti TU102 $999.99 4,352 CUDA cores NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2080 SUPER TU104-450 $799.99 3,072 CUDA cores NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 TU104-400 $699.99 2,944 CUDA cores NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER TU104-410 $599.99 2,560 CUDA cores NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 TU106-400 $499.99 2,304 CUDA cores NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER TU106-410 $429.99 2,176 CUDA cores NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 TU106A-400 $349.99 1,920 CUDA cores
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    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    oh ok. yeah. I guess we got to the bottom of it. looks like the 1030 low profile is a POS compared to the 1650 low profile
  5. yourbiggestfanStan

    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    I'm not sure why you think I was looking for help. Care to indicate where I made that impression? It seems to me that the topic was set to discuss the 1650 low profile card. Please tell me more about why I should get a 2080ti SLI in an ASUS ROG ZENITH EXTREME X399 over the 1650 low profile.
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    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    I dont care what you scored on your exam last year.
  7. yourbiggestfanStan

    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    you write like you are 12. I am aware its an ad-hominum, but Its OK since you have basically made my point for me.
  8. yourbiggestfanStan

    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    you are wrong about all of that. Nvidia, the manufacturer lists all its specs differently than you are presenting through third parties which do not document the source they use to come to their conclusions. lets ignore the double display ram, double memory interface and over double the cuda core count, and higher power efficiency of the smaller process. lets just focus on the points you bring up, which are invalid against the official specifications from the manufacturer. https://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt-1030/specifications the infinity budget would allow for anything, but the constraints are low profile. again, this limitation seems to be lost on you. Its called a form factor. its a standard. you cannot fit a full sized card in a low profile slot.
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    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    you spelled ghetto wrong.
  10. yourbiggestfanStan

    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    Lets make the budget infinity, so as to say, I am not concerned if I pay $60 dollars or $200 dollars, I am simply trying to get the the best peformance. Well simple, the GT 1030 has 384 cuda cores v the 896 in the GTX 1650.The 1030 has 2GB GDDR5, where the 1650 has double at 4GB. The 1030 has a 64-bit memory interface (48gbps), whereas the 1650 has a 128-bit memory interface (128gbps) 1030 does not support Ansel. 1030 does not support GSync. 1030 does not support gamestream or highlights. 1030 does not support 7680x4320@120Hz 1030 does not support NVENC 1030 does not support dual link DVI 1030 does not support OpenGL 4.6 So, as it stands, the 1030 is incompatible for supporting the newest gaming features, monitor specifications, connections, encoders, or programming API. You would only buy it if you could not afford to use modern equipment.
  11. yourbiggestfanStan

    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    Your argument doesnt stand. You are arguing that low profile cards dont make sense because you can jerry rig or macgyver a card in sideways. This doesnt make sense because then you wouldnt be buying a low profile card in the first place. If you need a low profile card, thats what you are going to be looking at. There is no such thing as a "niche of a niche" Low Profile is an industry standard. You have no argument. Its cutting edge because in low profile, there is no faster performing card at this point. Get over bullshit sideways brackets, which would be a "niche of a niche" of anything found in this thread
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    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    Your thesis is fundamentally flawed, which invalidates your argument. The reason for a low profile card is for a form factor that does not fit full sized cards. thats why its a format which basically every expansion category has deployed. As Low Profile cards go, this is the newest consumer grade card from nvidia in 30 months. If you look at quadro, the p400/p600/p1000, or even the NVS is dated as well. The p400 at 30 watts is pretty solid, but as for maximizing performance in low profile, the 1650 low profile is cutting edge, and i have to consider there will not be a TI in Low Profile, as we had with the 1050.
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    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    This is my fear, because the TI cards in the past have been clocked higher too, it may not be possible until 10nm. This could actually be the end of the XX50 TI series unless in someway they downclocked it and used better vram On the contrary, this thread is about a low profile card, which is a specific use and formfactor commonly found in rackmount and SFF pc. Low profile cards include most intel network adapters, some sound cards, raid cards, and usb expansion cards. If you want to compare it with fullsized short cards, go ahead, but you are basically comparing an apple with an orange.
  14. yourbiggestfanStan

    Zotac GTX 1650 Low Profile, will we get a 1650 TI?

    its 12nm 12!!!!!
  15. At computex 2019 Zotac showed off the GTX 1650 Low Profile. A nice card certainly, but will we get a 1650 TI in low profile, with over 1000 cuda cores at under 75 watts?
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