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GTX 1650 vs RX 6500 XT

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Honestly, you should watch the hardware unboxed review of the 6500.

 

There are more things to consider unfortunately. If you buy a cheap PC, a 6500 won't perform as well as it could. If you buy a more expensive platform...is that really good value, just to be able to provide enough bandwidth to the 6500xt? 

 

Seriously, give them some viewing time and just enjoy that they are actually comparing the 1650 and 6500 for you.

 

Personally, I would probably get the 1650 for its 75watt and possible low profile applications AND it just all around always performing like it should. But that is just my very own opinion.

 

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19 minutes ago, mapegl said:

Personally, I would probably get the 1650 for its 75watt and possible low profile applications AND it just all around always performing like it should. But that is just my very own opinion.

Almost as it should, its video encoders are downgraded compared to the higher models but at least it HAS them at all, unlike the 6500 XT.

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