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GTX 1650 Mini : Gigabyte launches a version 3.0 of its ITX card !

GTX 1650 Mini : Gigabyte launches a version 3.0 of its ITX card !

This morning we learn that Gigabyte launches a new version of its GTX 1650 Mini. As a reminder, mini cards are intended for ultra-compact PCs. Often, we can count on a shortened PCB and a simplified heatsink. In short, here is the version 3.0 of this model.

GTX 1650 Mini: a new revision for Gigabyte’s card!

Gigabyte GTX 1650 Mini 3.0With this reference, we are still dealing with an ultra compact card. It measures 17.2 cm in length while occupying two expansion slots. So there’s no need to panic when it comes to space!

The ventirad is therefore quite basic and has a single fan. This fan will blow on a simple aluminum block in which are machined fins. A rather basic solution, however, keep in mind that we are dealing with a small GPU that consumes and heats little.

Finally, the novelty brought by this version 3.0 is a small heatsink on the power stages of the card. This is the only difference we noticed when comparing the visuals of the different versions on the brand’s website.

Otherwise, there is no change regarding the frequencies with a boost of 1635 MHz instead of 1590 MHz for the reference card. Finally, the video outputs have an HDMI, a DVI and a DisplayPort. Finally, the card requires a single six-pin PCIe to operate.


Gigabyte’s datasheet is here!


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