Nvidia is expected to launch its smallest GPU based on the Turing architecture, the GTX 1650, on April 22. We’ve seen pictures that point to a small form factor reference version sharing a shroud styled like the full-size Founders Edition cards but using a single blower type fan instead. And today, VideoCardz shared what it claimed is the first look at the GTX 1650 from Zotac. It features an axial style fan and does not require any PCIe power.
Here is the world’s first look at GeForce GTX 1650 from ZOTAC. The card is a single-fan Mini-ITX form factor design. It is equipped with three display connectors: HDMI, DisplayPort, Dual Link DVI-D.
What really stands out from the design is lack of any power connectors, which confirms that Turing TU117-based GeForce GTX 1650 requires less than 75W to operate.
The GeForce GTX 1650 is expected to launch in roughly two weeks from now. This SKU will occupy the entry-level segment for casual 1080p gaming.