ASUS has introduced two new low-profile GTX 1650 graphics cards that enable the company to deliver high-quality gaming performance in compact form factor systems.
ASUS GTX 1650 will have models with and without factory overclocking
These graphics cards are the best benefit ASUS has found for Nvidia’s GTX 1650, combining energy-efficient performance in a compact form factor. In this way, ASUS achieves an advantage that the AMD RX 5700 cannot offer, the mid PCIe form factor. As a result, this graphics card has been integrated into a variety of OEM PCs and expanded into a powerful gaming team. The GTX 1650’s low TDP also helps ASUS achieve this goal.
GTX 1650 Low Profile (LP) cards are available with Nvidia’s GTX 1650 reference clock frequencies or 30MHz factory overclocking. Both versions feature DVI-D, DisplayPort and HDMI 2.0b connectors.
Unfortunately, the only disadvantage of these models is their aesthetics. The two small fans and the aluminum block seem to do a good job with the cooling, but the cover doesn’t completely protect the graphics card, leaving some cables and parts of the circuit uncovered.
The graphics card can support full-height and half-height PCIe systems with the included graphics cardholders.
It is expected that the graphics cards will soon be available at attractive prices.