A leaked slide suggests that Acer is about to launch some gaming notebooks that work with GeForce GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1650 graphics cards for laptops.
This is, of course, further proof that there is a GeForce GTX 1650 in the first place since the GPU has not yet been confirmed by Nvidia, unlike the GTX 1660 Ti, which, of course, has already been launched ( although there is still no version for mobile devices).
However, there have already been several leaks regarding the supposed arrival of 1650, which will be the lowest Turing-based bid, and this certainly supports these leaks (assuming the slide in question is not a kind of well-crafted farce ).
The slide (highlighted by Videocardz) is supposedly from an Acer presentation, and shows the main specifications of some Nitro gaming notebooks, including the fact that they work with Intel’s 9th generation Coffee Lake H series processors, and options of GPUs that include the GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1650 and GTX 1050 (the latter is a previous generation GPU).
Benchmarks in abundance
Previously we saw a 3DMark benchmark supposedly leaked from a laptop running the mobile version of the GTX 1650, and a supposed Final Fantasy XV benchmark for the desktop version of the GPU, which showed it was faster than the AMD Radeon RX 570 .
The GTX 1650 is expected to have a 1.395MHz base clock, with 4GB of GDDR5 video memory, again according to rumor. We hope that this GPU goes on sale sometime in April, and it is speculated that April 22 will be the potential launch date.
As for the incoming Acer notebooks, apparently they include Nitro models of 15 and 17 inches that will have super thin bevels (7 mm, at least on the sides), as well as an option on a screen with a refresh rate of 144 Hz (and a Full HD resolution).
The Nvidia RTX 2050 is filtered inside the Dell G5 15 laptop
The Nvidia RTX 20 series GPUs have provided real-time ray tracing, even with a mid-range GPU such as the RTX 2060. However, it seems that Nvidia does not stop here, as the Dell G5 gaming notebook 15 has appeared indicating that Nvidia will soon launch the RTX 2050.
The confirmation comes from Dell’s list of specifications for your G5 15 gaming notebook. According to the laptop’s specifications, it comes equipped with the Nvidia RTX 2050 GPU .
The suggestion can be found in the “Ports and Slots” section of the notebook’s specifications. Going to the section “Ports and slots” reads “The USB C Thunderbolt will be on systems with RTX 2060 and higher, while the USB-C DisplayPort will be on systems with RTX 2050”.
This raises the question of whether a desktop version of the Nvidia RTX 2050 will be launched or not. Since Nvidia is supporting its GTX brand with the launch of the GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1600, it is possible that Nvidia will keep the RTX 2050 only in laptops.