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Notebook with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 and Intel Core i7-9750H

NVIDIA is expected to release a new GPU this month, with previous reports saying it is the entry-level GeForce GTX 1650. This time new information and images for a notebook appeared, detailing the performance of not only GTX 1650 but also its Core i7-9750H Intel.


Leak was released by Twitter @momomo_us. The post itself does not contain hidden messages, but it contains an Imgur link, where it contains many slides. Slides are all in Chinese, but if we judge from the fonts used and from one of the slides, these images come from MSI.

The notebook that will host this GPU is MSI GL63. In addition to the two components, the laptop will also come with DDR4 RAM 16GB and an 512GB NVMe SSD.

The second slide is the one that gives us a little more information about the GTX 1650 that resides in the notebook. Again, it's in Chinese, but it's clear that it is looking at the 4GB GPU, from what is likely to be GDDR5 memory. Works on "boost clockspeed" 1395MHz.

In terms of performance, the GTX 1650 seems to be about 24% more powerful than the latest generation Pascal-powered GTX 1050 Ti. As for framerates, one of the images seems to indicate that the GPU - in combination with the other elements - will keep the framerates in the majority of titles above 60 fps. Probably in Full HD resolution. Then there is the Intel Core i7-9750H CPU. Again, the slide itself does not share much information about the specifications, except for performance improvements of the latest generation Core i7-8750H.

No official information about the GeForce GTX 1650 has been released at this time NVIDIA.


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