A new leak seen by Lenovo teams confirms the suspicions of the product's entry level and are therefore best-selling every year. New for you GTX 1650 SUPER and GTX 1650 Ti they won't have much to do with their desktop versions, even though they are limited TDP.
NVIDIA set the bar very high for Pascal, what about Trying?
Through Pascal the models have come NVIDIA Max-Q and it was a breath of fresh air for the portable sector, especially those that could play like a flag, but Trolling does not follow that path under the same rigors.
This problem stems from a lack of competition from AMD, since Pascal was a jump from NVIDIA in the field and made an almost insurmountable difference to those of Lisa Su.
Apparently, Huangs don't want to mark such a place with Turing and offer collectors a series of GPUs that are very easy to date, resulting in cheaper and less expensive plans to better compete with rival options.
NVIDIA therefore wants to offer the most efficient product, but also compete with it for the full price of a program that incorporates its GPUs, so the reduced performance will reduce the technical features of its graphics cards.
NVIDIA GTX 1650 SUPER and GTX 1650 Ti: significant performance limitations
Sorting presents both types of graphics cards, which in the case of the GTX 1650 Ti says it will come with it 16 SM frequency of 1.5 GHz with 4 GB of VRAM GDDR6 and two variants in use: 35W and 50W (Max-Q and Normal).
Although no official GTX 1650 Ti is guaranteed, once we know that the TU116 chip is capable of achieving its design 1536 Shaders, so this version of the laptop is still only 1024 away from its credit.
In the case of the GTX 1650 SUPER, the data is worse, since it will not carry the TU116, but a smaller TU117. Plus, you will be alone 14 SM (896 shadows), though it will last 128 bits and 4 GB GDDR6 at 12 Gbps of his sister, and of origin and similar species.
Frequency is the only parameter that improves, because it goes up to 1.56 GHz. When we compare you to your desktop version, NVIDIA reduced the number of shadows by 30% and consequently the number of ROPs and possibly their L2.
Therefore, manual GPUs are certified as computerized versions that are reduced, significantly reduced in power and consumption at a higher cost and with performance jumps compared to their Pascal counterparts rather than restricted. Undoubtedly, the lack of competition in the industry is making it a dent.