With the release of the successor of GTX 1050, the GeForce GTX 1650, ASUS adds up the new GPU to their lineup, adding new products into the ROG Strix, Dual, and Phoenix lineups. These new graphics cards leverage the impressive performance of the Turing ™ architecture to provide a strong foundation for AAA 1080p gaming, or a plug-and-play upgrade for aging systems.
The lineup ROG Strix: Take flight
ROG Strix graphics cards give users complete control over performance, with GPU Tweak software allowing every setting to be finetuned. The advanced Wing-blade fan design and a large heatsink with DirectCU II technology keep things cool. ROG Strix also features premium components that have been mounted with Auto-Extreme Technology, an automated production process that enhances reliability. Whether upgrading an outdated card or building a first gaming rig, ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1650 provides a premium introduction to the latest generation of graphics performance.
ASUS Dual: 2x Fans. 2x Fun.
ASUS Dual graphics cards are all about maximum efficiency. The recipe is simple: strip off features that don’t affect performance and mix in two powerful dust-resistant fans with PCB components that are mounted utilizing an automated manufacturing process. Finally, a 144-hour validation program and Auto-Extreme Technology ensure compatibility and longevity. The result is a card tuned purely for lasting performance, making ASUS Dual GeForce GTX 1650 a solid starting point for those looking to get into AAA gaming.
ASUS Phoenix: Packs a punch
ASUS Phoenix graphics cards pack as much performance as possible into a compact design that offers a wide range of compatibility with small chassis. Limited space requires an efficient cooling system, and Phoenix GeForce GTX 1650 delivers with a fan that sports dual ball bearings and is certified for IP5X dust resistance. When these features are combined with the reliability provided by Auto-Extreme Technology, Phoenix becomes a potent package that delivers latest-gen performance for users looking to upgrade an outdated card or building their first gaming rig.
AVAILABILITY & PRICING
Pricing for the cards is as follows. These will be available from major retailers starting May 2019.