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GTX 1650 Super by KFA £148.99 / £143 with free free - Sold by SEDIVA Germany and Fulfilled by Amazon Germany
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GTX 1650 Super by KFA £148.99 / £143 with free free - Sold by SEDIVA Germany and Fulfilled by Amazon Germany

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Posted 23rd Jan

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Hi, spotted this KFA GTX 1650 Super graphics card on amazon.de. Cheapest on Amazon.uk is PNY 1650 Super @ 144 delivered- however it's a single fan versus dual-fan version from Germany. Price in euros is 169.7 so using Revolut (or similar) it worked at 143 sterling.
This is not far off the GTX 1660 - and quite cheaper with 6-pin connector vs 8pin in gtx1660. Also miser on PSU so 400watt should be ok.
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In the Amazon Warehouse there is a MSI Aero GTX 1650 Super for £145.03 less 20% and it's like new condition. Looks a bargain but just the one on offer.
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Edited by: "Cheeseandhamtoasty" 23rd Jan
Is this basically the best six pin card? I've got a p500 workstation on the cheap that I want to swap out the quadro in. It only has 490 watt power supply and the modular higher powered watt PSU ones are expensive. It's more for CUDA acceleration so this seems to fit the bill. I have bought a six pin to eight pin adapter but not sure how much I trust that.
Edited by: "cantonbean" 23rd Jan
cantonbean23/01/2020 22:27

Is this basically the best six pin card? I've got a p500 workstation on …Is this basically the best six pin card? I've got a p500 workstation on the cheap that I want to swap out the quadro in. It only has 490 watt power supply and the modular higher powered watt PSU ones are expensive. It's more for CUDA acceleration so this seems to fit the bill. I have bought a six pin to eight pin adapter but not sure how much I trust that.


It seems so, pretty much on par with RX580 in terms of fps yet much smaller power usage. Mind you we're talking 1080p. If you're into 4k gaming look elsewhere - prepare to spend closer to 250/300.
olo24/01/2020 08:37

It seems so, pretty much on par with RX580 in terms of fps yet much …It seems so, pretty much on par with RX580 in terms of fps yet much smaller power usage. Mind you we're talking 1080p. If you're into 4k gaming look elsewhere - prepare to spend closer to 250/300.


Hi. Thanks for the reply. I've actually got an RX580 in an eGPU I considered using but Linux is so much more Nvidia friendly as is most software hardware acceleration (CUDA). Think I might take a punt on one of these then.
cantonbean24/01/2020 08:43

Hi. Thanks for the reply. I've actually got an RX580 in an eGPU I …Hi. Thanks for the reply. I've actually got an RX580 in an eGPU I considered using but Linux is so much more Nvidia friendly as is most software hardware acceleration (CUDA). Think I might take a punt on one of these then.


No worries. I was torn between 578,580 and 1650S, went for 1650s a I have ancient 450watt psu...so figured that radeon being on average 20 quid cheaper means 50-60 plus to upgrade psu. 1650s just worked better for me given circumstances
olo24/01/2020 11:19

No worries. I was torn between 578,580 and 1650S, went for 1650s a I have …No worries. I was torn between 578,580 and 1650S, went for 1650s a I have ancient 450watt psu...so figured that radeon being on average 20 quid cheaper means 50-60 plus to upgrade psu. 1650s just worked better for me given circumstances


Same. In the case of the special modular PSU for the P500 I'd be paying as much as this card so like you it's a better fit for my workstation though arguably worse for gaming (have a NUC with eGPU and Xbox one X for that)
cantonbean24/01/2020 11:21

Same. In the case of the special modular PSU for the P500 I'd be paying as …Same. In the case of the special modular PSU for the P500 I'd be paying as much as this card so like you it's a better fit for my workstation though arguably worse for gaming (have a NUC with eGPU and Xbox one X for that)


I'd say if your workstation has a decent cpu and ram - you should not be disappointed in a casual gaming experience with 1650s, however you're covered well by xbox in that department. Good luck
olo24/01/2020 15:37

I'd say if your workstation has a decent cpu and ram - you should not be …I'd say if your workstation has a decent cpu and ram - you should not be disappointed in a casual gaming experience with 1650s, however you're covered well by xbox in that department. Good luck


Spot on. It was £400 and has a Xeon 6 core 12 thread CPU and 32GB EEC RAM and 4 HDD quick swap for 2.5 or 3.5 and PCIE support for NVMe. We use them at university and thanks to here I saw they had them at ITZoo at end of 3 year warranty. It was an unknown on the PSU but got the lower powered version 490 watt (there is a 650 and 850 version). This could be turned into a decent gaming rig but actually not adding a better GPU and fan will be fine for CUDA and avoid me being tempted to game on it!
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