Zotac’s GeForce GTX 1650 can be seen. The other day we talked about the launch date of the GTX 1650, and today we already have some images of the Zotac graphic with us. The most interesting? The graphics, clearly designed to play in 1080p, seems to consume very little since there is no trace of eight-pin connectors. The filtration, in charge of Videocardz, shows the card and its box, so we know that it will arrive with 4 GB of VRAM GDDR5.
When you do not see an additional PCIe connector anywhere, it is likely that the 75 W of the PCIe 16x slot will be enough to power the graphics. Normally, the images that Zotac shares are not very reliable when it comes to representing their graphics, and they usually place slots in the housings where the connectors should go, without showing them explicitly. However, in these images, there is not even that slot. This should not surprise anyone since the GTX 1050 and Ti themselves use the same solution to feed themselves. Then there will be the overclock versions, which clearly need an extra power supply to be able to increase frequencies without falling short.