NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti And GTX 1650 SUPER Mobility GPUs Working With 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake-H CPU Coming Soon, Indicates Leak

NVIDIA has begun testing its powerful GPUs for notebooks that feature the latest 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake-H CPUs. The company’s NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti And GTX 1650 SUPER Mobility GPUs were reportedly spotted working their magic in laptops. NVIDIA had previously withheld information about these graphics chips, but they are most likely a part of the Turing mobility refresh family.

The latest laptops packing the Turing-based NVIDIA GPUs are expected to arrive within the next two months. The timeline appears to be certain primarily because they were spotted working in portable computing devices that featured the 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake-H CPU. We had previously reported the most likely launch date of laptops with these CPUs, and since NVIDIA is testing their latest mobility GPUs with the upcoming Intel chips, it is quite likely that laptops featuring the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti And GTX 1650 SUPER Mobility GPUs could launch in March or April this year.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Notebook GPU Specifications And Features:

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 TI notebook GPU didn’t exist in the initial refreshed Turing-based lineup. However, the company has been reportedly working on these laptop GPUs. According to the test platforms, the GeForce GTX 1650 Ti could feature 16 Compute Units (SMs) which make up 1024 CUDA Cores.

The reported clock speed of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 TI notebook GPU is 1.49 GHz, which means NVIDIA could advertise them as Base Clock of 1.5GHz. The chip appears to be packing 4GB of GDDR6 memory running on a 128-bit bus interface. Given the upgraded architecture, even the 4GB variant of the GeForce GTX 1650 TI with 12 or 14 Gbps bandwidth could easily rival the existing mobility GPUs that feature only up to 8 Gbps bandwidth.

It may not be practical but it would be OK to compare the new Turing-based NVIDIA mobility GPUs with the previous generation’s desktop products. According to the Geekbench performance benchmarks, the  GTX 1650 Ti notebook GPU scores 44,246 points. The GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER (desktop-grade GPU) scores 52,000 points, which is just 20 percent ahead of the new laptop or mobility GPU. This says volumes about the laptop GPU because the desktop variant packs more cores and sports higher clock speeds.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER Notebook GPU Specifications And Features: The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER Mobility GPU appears to have 14 Compute Units (SMs) or 896 CUDA cores. The reported clock-speed is 1.56 GHz, and the card appears to be packing 4GB of GDDR6 memory. The mobility GPU could retain the core configuration of the TU117 GPU.

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Interestingly, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER Mobility GPU appears to be outpacing the GTX 1650 desktop graphics card. This essentially means Mobility GPUs from NVIDIA are now increasingly matching or even outperforming their desktop counterparts. This is especially pronounced in the 50W TDP and below design package.

NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX Turing Refresh 1650 SUPER & 1650 TI GPU Working With 10th Gen Intel Comet Lake-H CPUs:

NVIDIA is refreshing its entire line GeForce Graphics chips, and quite a few of the mobility GPUs have been spotted recently. Based on the test benchmarks the GeForce GTX 1650 TI notebook is faster, while the GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER appears to be the entry-level GPU belonging to the Turing Architecture family. The test platform was reportedly packing the Intel’s 10th Generation Core i7-10750H processor, which is a Comet Lake-H CPU.

We had recently reported on the AMD’s Renoir Mobility CPUs and their leaked benchmarks. It appears that AMD is rapidly gaining ground on AMD with its Navi and upcoming Big Navi Architecture. Simply put, this year certainly promises to be one of the most competitive for AMD and that too in both the desktop CPUs and graphics processors space.

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