ByAdan Flannigan 2019-08-27 650
Until the arrival of the new NVIDIA GeFoce graphics cards, users had not shown great interest in the Turing architecture. First, because their prices is very high. And, secondly, because the appearance of Ray Tracing did not arouse much enthusiasm among users. However, what did arouse enthusiasm among them were the GTX 1600 graphics.
As NVIDIA has done in the past with its Ti graphics cards, they fill the performance gap between two graphics cards already on the market. In the case of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti, it would fill the gap between the current GTX 1650 and GTX 1660. A gap that, in some games, ends up translating into 30FPS difference between the two card models. Therefore, NVIDIA's new graphics would be, in all likelihood, with a performance that would end up falling right between the two models. Something similar to what the manufacturer tried with the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti at the time.
We must not forget that these graphics cards are developed for a very specific market: users with monitors with 1080p resolution. And the truth is that, in this market, the GeForce GTX 1650 is not badly defended in terms of performance. If the supposed GTX 1650 Ti is able to start 10 or 15 FPS extra performance to this architecture (and if its final price does not end up shooting excessively), NVIDIA could have a good weapon in its hands to face future releases of AMD Radeon in this market segment.
Now, nothing is known about these new AMD Radeon graphics yet. In theory, they should be responsible for replacing the current Radeon RX 550 and RX 560. And, if the leap in performance is similar to what we have seen in the RX 5700, we could be facing a real battle of the fiercest between the two manufacturers. And this will clearly benefit consumers.
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