Review: MSI GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER GAMING X

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    MSI released their GTX 1650 SUPER GAMING X, a product with a more than capable cooler as well being factory tweaked. The SUPER edition card comes with 12 Gbps GDDR6 graphics memory, however, has only ...

    Review: MSI GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER GAMING X
     
  2. buhehe

    buhehe Master Guru

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    Nvidia's product roster is such a mess. Bad Nvidia, stop it.
     
  3. Loophole35

    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    Just forget the non-super exists. The super cards are what the standard ones should have been. this card is $10 more than the regular 1650 and is ~20% faster.

    If anything I applaud Nvidia for the super line-up due to the much better $/performance over the standard Turning line-up. Guess they didn't want to just sit there and watch the sales figures continue to stagnate.
     
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    buhehe Master Guru

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    The products themselves are not bad... but boy this line is confusing.
    • 1xxx products being released after 2xxx went out
    • Ti and Super are redundant - they both mean "kinda better"
    • Super cards being released with performance identical to existing products (see 1660 Ti and 1660 Super)
    IMHO they should have stuck to the same generation - not borrowing numbers from the previous one.
    Especially the midrange is confusing - where you transition from 1660 Ti (or, well... Super) to 2060.

    Sure, the big difference between gen 10 / 16 and 20 is RTX. Might as well just say "GTX 2050, RTX 2060".
    Besides, who is ever going to use RTX on a 2060? But that's another matter.

    Between gen 16 and 20 there are currently 12 concurrent models, some of which are slowly being replaced by the Super versions but are still around.
     
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  5. Kool64

    Kool64 Maha Guru

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    Ok so if this lands in the 150-160$ range that’s actually pretty impressive considering how close it is to the 1660 or the last get 1070.
     
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    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    Building a 1080p rig with less than $550 is really easy now and you can do it with a clear upgrade path. I totally expect the 5500/xt to be around this same price/performance area.

    on the naming thing. I don’t find it confusing in the least. No 16xx card is faster than a 20xx card so no toes are stepped on there. I for one have always called my card by it’s number designation (6950, 7970, 670, 780, 1070, 1080ti see what I mean) so the knowing the 20xx cards have the RT cores and the 16xx cards don’t is easy. Now the ti/super I get the issue there but as always I implore consumers to research their purchases.

    BTW who do I have to talk to at Nvidia to get the ULTRA monicker to make a comeback?
     
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    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    Lol, remember those days when you had a silent rig that sounded like a vacuum because of the xxxxUltra :D
    Or you were smart enough to install a zalman/arctic cooler :cool:
     
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    Loophole35 Ancient Guru

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    Headphones.
     
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    Its not bad product. Nvidia screwed with the release of original 1650.
     
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    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    Yeah, sold my 1080 finally and might get this to hold me over till 3xxx series, so siege stops whining about outdated drivers with my 570 :rolleyes:
     

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    Undying Ancient Guru

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    Would still go with rx580 due more vram. Pricing is about the same. 1660 on the other hand is still 50$ more.
     
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    fry178 Ancient Guru

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    Dont wanna deal with the higher heat and switching within Nv lineup i can keep the drivers/shadowplay.
     
  13. Lance-at85

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    I have the GeForce GTX 1650 Super 4GB on my i5 9400K rig, 5x 120mm fans.
    When it comes to the temperature chart supplied here, I think it is way, way off when it comes to gaming.
    At rest I get 35-45°. When running graphic applications it gets 50-60° and can peak at 70°.
    Some game specifics.

    Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 - 60-70° with a peak of 76°
    Star Citizen - 70-80° and a constant 83° when in high graphic areas or combat

    Just my experiences on my rig..
     

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