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    MSI GeForce GTX 1650 Gaming X passes through the EEC

    Sub $200 graphics card to widen mid-range Nvidia's GTX16 series options.
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    Re: MSI GeForce GTX 1650 Gaming X passes through the EEC

    Cluster....ing.

    Swamp the range with products and you can use every bit of silicone also.

    Total opposite to AMD's targeted approach. Quite an interesting opposition of strategies.

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    Re: MSI GeForce GTX 1650 Gaming X passes through the EEC

    Funny now both AMD and Nvidia have their top tier and budget versions, where its Vega vs RTX and 16series+10series vs RX500s. Nvidia sure is attracting a lot of budget builders especially esports friendly gamers with these specs, and with the recent news of Ray tracing on AMD and Pascal series it sure seems to be great for the market also.
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    Re: MSI GeForce GTX 1650 Gaming X passes through the EEC

    Quote Originally Posted by abychristy View Post
    Funny now both AMD and Nvidia have their top tier and budget versions, where its Vega vs RTX and 16series+10series vs RX500s. Nvidia sure is attracting a lot of budget builders especially esports friendly gamers with these specs, and with the recent news of Ray tracing on AMD and Pascal series it sure seems to be great for the market also.
    basically, in a price comparable situation between AMD and Nvidia GPUS which have comparable performance, I would go for the Nvidia GPU as a general rule of thumb they use less power.

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    Re: MSI GeForce GTX 1650 Gaming X passes through the EEC

    Quote Originally Posted by will19565 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by abychristy View Post
    Funny now both AMD and Nvidia have their top tier and budget versions, where its Vega vs RTX and 16series+10series vs RX500s. Nvidia sure is attracting a lot of budget builders especially esports friendly gamers with these specs, and with the recent news of Ray tracing on AMD and Pascal series it sure seems to be great for the market also.
    basically, in a price comparable situation between AMD and Nvidia GPUS which have comparable performance, I would go for the Nvidia GPU as a general rule of thumb they use less power.
    Yes, but only because NV equivalent GPU's have much lower compute hardware capability.
    Otherwise, most AMD GPU's can easily be undervolted to consumer far less power (which actually brings their efficiency closer to NV's or surpasses it).
    Now, if you only game, that's fine, but I'd rater have highly capable compute card to boot and just undervolt it at stock which would not only give me the gaming performance and energy efficiency of equivalent NV gpu, but also computational power of an NV GPU's that basically a tier above the gaming equivalent of an AMD GPU (for example RX580 has pretty much the same same compute power of 1070/1080).

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