Taiwanese computer and phone hardware and electronics company, ASUS has recently launched its GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6 graphics cards along with including new products into the TUF Gaming, Phoenix, and ROG Strix lineups. Apparently, these cards are embedded with space grade lubricant and are expected to furnish all the benefits of having updated memory with GDDR6 leading to over 50 per cent increase in bandwidth than the previous D5 Series graphic card. The unveiled lineup has been claimed to be available at different price points to suit all games.
The newly launched ROG Strix, ASUS TUF Gaming, and Phoenix graphic cards are expected to hit the worldwide stores on April 2020, 3rd April 2020, and in May 2020 respectively.
ASUS TUF Gaming GeForce D6 graphics cards raise the stakes for cooling, without compromising on the strength that makes them TUF. Each card is fabricated using Auto-extreme Technology, secured by an inflexible backplate that restricts flex of PCB, and packs fans that consist of space grade lubricant and are sealed to IP5X standards. These graphics cards stand as a simple choice for all those gamers who are inclined towards a longer upgrade cycle.
On the other hand, ASUS Phoenix graphics card pack offer a wide scope of compatibility with small chassis. Restricted spaces call for an effective cooling structure, and Phoenix GDDR6 delivers it with a fan that sports Axial tech fan design and space grade lubricant. Phoenix turns out to become a potent package for users looking to overhaul an outdated card or building their first gaming rig.
Meanwhile, ROG Strix graphics cards give users full oversight over execution, with GPU Tweak programming enabling each setting to be adjusted. Heat is effectively underhanded away from the GPU by DirectCU II heat funnels and moved into a huge blade cluster cooled by two Axial-tech fans. ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6 gives an exceptional prologue to the most recent age of designs execution, when it comes to redesigning an outdated graphic card or creating a first gaming rig.