ASUS ROG Strix, Dual, Phoenix GeForce GTX 1650 Graphics Cards announced

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ASUS unveils a slew of GTX 1650s

ASUS is buffing their graphics card portfolio come May 2019 with a set of GTX 1650 Graphics Cards. Namely the ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1650, ASUS Dual GeForce GTX 1650, and the ASUS Phoenix GeForce GTX 1650.

Let’s take a peek at the ROG Strix GTX 1650 first. The card will be added to the main line-up of ASUS’ roster featuring a wingblade fan design with a promised 0dB noise technology. Along with the other two cards, the ROG Strix GTX 1650 will also feature the AutoExtreme Technology, a manufacturing process that promises to enhance the reliability of the card.

The ROG Strix GTX 1650 in the Philippines has three variants — the Strix GTX 1650 O4G, A4G, and 4G. All three has the same 4GB GDDR5 memory and 896 CUDA Cores. The only difference among them are their Gaming and OC Mode boosts clocks. Pricing for the models are as follows:

  • ROG Strix GTX 1650 O4GPhp 11,990 (~$230), OC Mode boost clock at 1860 MHz, while Gaming mode boost clock is at 1830 MHz.
  • ROG Strix GTX 1650 A4GPhp 11,490 (~$220), OC Mode boost clock at 1710 MHz, while Gaming mode boost clock is at 1680 MHz.
  • ROG Strix GTX 1650 4G — No pricing yet, OC Mode boost clock at 1695 MHz, while Gaming mode boost clock is at 1665 MHz.

Next up, the ASUS Dual GTX 1650. The card will feature the common two-fan structure, an IP5X dust resistance rating, and that same AutoExtreme manufacturing process. We’re getting 4GB of GDDR5 memory and 896 CUDA Cores. The ASUS Dual GTX 1650 has two variants — an O4G and a 4G. Again the only difference in the specs are the OC and Gaming Mode boost clock speeds.

  • ASUS Dual GTX 1650 O4GPhp 10,690 (~$205), OC Mode boost clock at 1755 MHz, while Gaming mode boost clock is at 1725 MHz.
  • ASUS Dual GTX 1650 4G — No pricing yet, OC Mode boost clock at 1695 MHz, while Gaming mode boost clock is at 1665 MHz.

Lastly we have the ASUS Phoenix GeForce GTX 1650. We’re getting just a single fan setup in a compact design. Like the other two it’s made with the AutoExtreme manufacturing process and will feature 4GB of GDDR5 Memory and 896 CUDA Cores. We’re also getting two variants — an O4G and a 4G.

  • ASUS Phoenix GTX 1650 O4GPhp 9,590 (~$184), OC Mode boost clock at 1710 MHz, while Gaming mode boost clock is at 1680 MHz.
  • ASUS Phoenix GTX 1650 4G — No pricing yet, OC Mode boost clock at 1695 MHz, while Gaming mode boost clock is at 1665 MHz.
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