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ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1650 Review

Test System and Methods

CPU Intel Core i5 9600K
Motherboard ROG MAXIMUS XI GENE (0905)
DRAM G.SKILL TRIDENT F4 3200 C14 @ 3200MHz C14
Storage CORSAIR Force LE 960GB SSD
Power Supply Unit CORSAIR AX1500i
Operating System Windows 10 X64 (1903)
Display Driver FORCEWARE 431.60 WHQL













With the above system, the ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1650 can be kept busy as the 9600K proves to be a more than enough to push the GPU to its limits at FHD, which is effectively all the GPU can deal with anyway. Out the box the TU117 GPU is limited by a host of things which ASUS could do nothing about. As drivers mature and so forth, typically performance improves. In the case of the GTX 1650 (applies to all of them) what will improve perhaps is compatibility, but not performance by much. Still if you’re gaming on a budget, matching the ROG STRIX GeForce GTX 1650 and say a Core i3 (4 cores) or an AMD Ryzen 5 should be ideal.

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