Manli has announced a low-profile GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, aimed at those who want to build small systems with a dedicated GPU.
The key thing with this graphics card is undoubtedly its miniature size. Measuring just 172 x 121 x 41mm, this low-profile card from Manli should fit in almost any case on the market, potentially making it a good option for those building a very compact HTPC for the living room. This GPU also comes with upgraded GDDR6 memory – joining the ranks of EVGA, INNO3D, Gigabyte, MSI and more that have released GTX 1650 SKUs with the faster VRAM. Thanks to the memory upgrade, the GPU is able to reach a memory bandwidth of 192GB/s.
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Additionally, this card uses two 90 mm fans to keep the GPU cool, while the company specifies 93℃ as the GPU's max temperature. The GPU also comes with base clock of 1410MHz and a boost clock of 1590MHz. Being a GTX 1650, this chip is built on the Turing architecture, which according to the manufacturer, offers 1.4x better power efficiency compared to the previous generation.
The card is also equipped with three video outputs: 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort and 1x DVI.
Additional information can be found on the product page HERE.
KitGuru says: Do you use a low-profile graphics card in your PC? What are your thoughts on the low-profile Nvidia GTX 1650 from Manli?