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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 4GB OC Low Profile Turing Graphics Card - £124.98 / £130.46 delivered @ Scan
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 4GB OC Low Profile Turing Graphics Card - £124.98 / £130.46 delivered @ Scan

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Posted 29th Jan

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Good price on this 1650 low profile graphics card from Scan. Before people start commenting on how the RX 570/580 is a better card at around the same price, you're right! However, this is a low-profile card that draws a maximum of 75W from the PCIe 3 (x16) slot, meaning it's a great addition to provide gaming capabilities to SFF PCs that have low-powered PSUs and little space. If I see one mention of the RX 570 or 580 then I'm pulling the deal

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Introducing the Gigabyte GTX 1650 OC Low Profile delivering the ultimate PC gaming experiance. This beauty is powered by the new NVIDIA Turing architecture and the innovative GTX platform. featuring 4GB of GDDR5 memory and core clock speeds of 1685 MHz making this GPU small but mighty, the low profile design will allow you to save space or even use a lower form factor case so you can game on a smaller system. Gigabyte have also integrated their own custom-designed cooling system delivering superior heat dissipation and housing the capacity for greater performance at lower temperatures.
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Can these decode the DRM rubbish for streaming 4k? Or are they nerfed?
r200ti29/01/2020 17:14

Can these decode the DRM rubbish for streaming 4k? Or are they nerfed?


This is all I could find on the matter.

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Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 29th Jan
This might be perfect for the Hp Elite SFF via itzoo deal I got here recently. I’m aware the card isn’t going to do the latest games at Ultra settings, but I was hoping to use for half decent settings for older games and a HTPC, so can you please expand on those last comments chaps (or anyone else)

I’ve not got and have no intention of buying a 4K TV anytime soon so I suspect this doesn't really apply to my set up and use for it but would like that confirmed if possible. I was hoping this would manage 1080p files with no buffering or issues. My fibre should be more than fast enough to cope

thanks
Rich45s29/01/2020 22:30

This might be perfect for the Hp Elite SFF via itzoo deal I got here …This might be perfect for the Hp Elite SFF via itzoo deal I got here recently. I’m aware the card isn’t going to do the latest games at Ultra settings, but I was hoping to use for half decent settings for older games and a HTPC, so can you please expand on those last comments chaps (or anyone else) I’ve not got and have no intention of buying a 4K TV anytime soon so I suspect this doesn't really apply to my set up and use for it but would like that confirmed if possible. I was hoping this would manage 1080p files with no buffering or issues. My fibre should be more than fast enough to copethanks


Hey. So I bought the Elite 8300 from ItZoo recently, and tonight, I stuck a 1650 in it. Firstly, it fits in nicely with the low profile bracket. As to what games it will play, well 1080p at High settings shouldn't be a problem for most games. The more demanding games you may have to drop down to Medium settings, although if you're happy with lower FPS then I think you'll still manage on High.

Before I took the plunge, I entered the CPU, RAM, and the 1650 into Game Debate, and checked a few of the games. I was pleasantly surprised at the results. If anything, the CPU is the bottleneck, not this card, but you'll still be able to do some decent gaming if you keep it as is, and just add a 1650. I've just been playing Rocket League on High settings and it doesn't even break a sweat. I've yet to try any AAA games, but I have no doubt it will be fine at 1080p at Medium/High settings. I have bought an SSD, which makes the system fly now. I've bought another 8GB RAM too from eBay (~£8), but I've not put the sticks in yet. You'll probably be OK with 8GB to be honest. It's just that I want to play Forza Horizon 4, and you need 12GB really. I'm very pleased with the system, considering the cost of it. Let me know if you have any questions, and check your games out here:

game-debate.com/can…run

Edit: I've just this minute connected my Shield to the PC upstairs via the GeForce Experience app. It works really well, so now I can do PC gaming on my TV downstairs.
Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 29th Jan
Here's the summary of Witcher 3 against the Elite 8300 and GTX 1650, as an example:

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Rx 570 much better
Cheers for the info fella. Already, got myself an SSD via Amazon warehouse 20% sale. Now just looking around for which 1650 Is best / cheapest / available etc. Was going to go for 32 gig but didn’t realise Ram was still that expensive so think I’ll stick another 8 in and leave it at that for the moment.

Will also be using for music making as well so will need an external sound card but apart from that. It seems a very cost effective way of getting a capable system.
Rich45s29/01/2020 23:28

Cheers for the info fella. Already, got myself an SSD via Amazon warehouse …Cheers for the info fella. Already, got myself an SSD via Amazon warehouse 20% sale. Now just looking around for which 1650 Is best / cheapest / available etc. Was going to go for 32 gig but didn’t realise Ram was still that expensive so think I’ll stick another 8 in and leave it at that for the moment. Will also be using for music making as well so will need an external sound card but apart from that. It seems a very cost effective way of getting a capable system.


I bought the MSI version from CCL Online for around £124. I think that's the cheapest they've been. The prices on Scan and CCL keep bouncing around, so keep an eye on them. I've heard that the Zotac version can get quite noisy, so I crossed that off my list. There's also the Asus version of the 1650 to consider as well.

Yep, RAM is still pretty expensive. I bought a couple of 4GB sticks from eBay for £8 each. Unfortunately they don't work, so they're going back. I did try the Forza Horizon 4 demo this morning, with my original 8GB RAM. It stated that 1080p on Medium settings was optimum, but I upped it to High to test it out. No issues whatsoever playing the demo, and it looked stunning. I'm very happy with this machine, considering the cost. £200 all in for a reasonable gaming PC.
Edited by: "MisterMadHatter" 30th Jan
Yes the Zotac is off the list due to noise complaints. Still not sure of the ‘best’ Of the rest. Or even could I get a 1660 in it? I’m assuming not as it will draw too much power
Rich45s30/01/2020 16:44

Yes the Zotac is off the list due to noise complaints. Still not sure of …Yes the Zotac is off the list due to noise complaints. Still not sure of the ‘best’ Of the rest. Or even could I get a 1660 in it? I’m assuming not as it will draw too much power


I think the 1650 is currently the best card you can get for SFF PCs. The 1660 will require too much power from the PSU. It's a shame but it's not such a bad card. I think all makes except the Zotac will be fine, so just find the cheapest I'd say. The MSI I have is pretty quiet. Unfortunately I've messed up my Bios trying to install extra RAM so that's my evening taken now
Cheers for that man. Looks like I just need to take the plunge as all much of a muchness then. That helps. Thanks
But after saying that will probably go for a

MSI - GeForce GTX 1650 Super Aero ITX OC

either pay the current going rate or leave it a few days to see if any prices change
It’s 146 now :-(
Back on at £130.46, but “Today only”
d100154129/01/2020 23:12

Rx 570 much better



Show me a 570/580 low profile with no power ports?
Arkz05/02/2020 03:11

Show me a 570/580 low profile with no power ports?


Google it
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