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Gigabyte Gv-N165SWF2OC-4GD GeForce GTX 1650 Super Windforce OC 4G Graphics Card, 2X Windforce Fans, 4GB 128-Bit GDDR6, Vid...

4.8 10 reviews

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Powered by GeForce GTX 1650 Super integrated with 4GB GDDR6 Windforce 2x cooling system with alternate spinning fans Intuitive controls with AORUS engine 4GB 128-bit GDDR6 1 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort
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User says:

Great performance for the price - coming from a GTX 960, it nearly doubled my framerate in every one of my games. Also running into the 4GB VRAM limit (which is very rare at 1080p) doesn't cause stutters or drastically drop the framerate like on other cards I've owned. I assume this is due to Turing's improved memory compression. Cannot increase power target at all, which limits overclocking - always running into the 100w ceiling on this card. I was able to get my card to +120 on the core and +1450 on the memory (8.6% and 24% over stock) which gives me about 10% more performance. Which I'm happy with - but other models have overclock better. The cooler is overkill for the GPU even overclocked, and it is quieter than my case fans up to 60% fan speed. I set a custom fan curve and it never gets hotter than 70C at 80% fan speed.

User says:

I have been using this card for a few weeks with an i5-3570k and the processor does not seem to have a problem running games like GTA V, Fortnite, The Sims 4, and Far Cry 3 when paired with this card. Note: I am using a 900p monitor for most gaming, and I think if you are using this for a <1080p screen this is really the only graphics card you need at the moment. I do sometimes run games at 1080p on my 4k tv and this card does that fine, you may have to turn some settings down, though. It rarely, if ever, goes above 60C. It only consumes up to 100W of power which is great for people with power supplies less than 500W. I have found though, that most of the time it is not consuming nearly that much. Most computers should not have an issue running this card, but always make sure your computer meets the minimum requirements before installation. If graphics see a bit of an upgrade in the next few years, I don't see this card holding up well. But, this graphics card is not really for people who need the cutting edge graphics of the newest games. This is great for people either buying their first card or upgrading from a GT 710/730/1030. Those people will get the most value from this card.

User says:

Does exactly what it is supposed to. This card in the 1650 Super line is quite large so if your case is small or your space around your slot is limited I would go for one of the smaller cards in the line. I personally dislike the newer trend of 0 spin fans at lower temps. My old 960 idle'd about 18c less than this card but that is from the always running fan for the most part. Sure I can create a custom fan curve profile but I prefer stock settings to feel right out of the box. Lower temps means everything else in my box is not being exposed to the extra stress of the heat.

User says:

Picked this up for my second, Streaming/Plex, PC so that I could use the new Turing NVENC Encoder and to compare between that and x264 medium/slow for some YouTube content.

User says:

I bought this GPU to replace an RX 570, and was pleased with how easy it was to replace the other GPU, and when I booted up after the swap, it used a generic Windows driver at first. There was no driver software in the box, so I used Windows Update to search for updated drivers, and that worked. Then I tried to go to the Gigabyte website to get a full driver package, but it required me to create an account where I had to fill out a lot of personal information like my birth date and home address. After all that, it managed to download the wrong driver package, which failed to install, so I just stuck with the drivers I got from Windows Update. The good news is that this GPU runs fine with 3 monitors, and the benchmark scores are better than with the RX 570. It's cool and quiet. Just don't trust the Gigabyte site to give you the right driver package. EDIT: The next day after I installed it, I got a popup message from the "Geforce Experience" app, offering to install updated drivers, and this time it downloaded the correct drivers. So my recommendation is to download "Geforce Experience" first, and let it download your drivers.

User says:

Box was open, but everything seems ok. So far so good, happy with GPU. Ran games at good frame-rate. Quality card. Update: black back shroud vibrates unnaturally. Will also update upon receiving replacement card. Update 2: replacement card working as it should, no irregular vibration or faulty noise. Changing 1 star to 5.

User says:

Use mainly for photography editing with photoshop. Works grate no lagging when editing 3d.

User says:

Where can you get this type of performance for such little money?

User says:

I bought this out of curouisity, i normally run a 5700xt so i put this in a project rig. I was impressed by thr performance i got for the money i paid, it will handle any esports title at 1440 and any AAA at 1080 max settings. Simply put value king

User says:

Love this GPU, installed 3 4K monitors with it, one use a DVI-D to HDMI cable. Perfect game GPU for my Tomb raider. I overclocked it to 1750MHZ and works great. Will buy it again.

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