ZOTAC GAMING GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER Twin Fan Review

Nov 30, 2019
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PRODUCT INFO

ZOTAC GAMING GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER

11/22/2019
Type Graphics Card
Price $159.99

Synthetics, Thermals, And Power

Firestrike

Firestrike is running the DX11 API and is still a good measure of GPU scaling performance, in this test we ran the regular version of Firestrike which runs at 1080p and we recorded the Graphics Score only as the Physics and combined are not pertinent to this review.

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Time Spy

Time Spy is running the DX12 API and we used it in the same manner as Firestrike Extreme where we only recorded the Graphics Score as the Physics score is recording the CPU performance and isn't important to the testing we are doing here.

Thermals

Thermals were measured from our open test bench after running the Time Spy graphics test 2 on loop for 30 minutes recording the highest temperatures reported. The room was climate controlled and kept at a constant 22c throughout the testing.


Power Draw
Power draw numbers were taken from the total system power draw by measuring with a Kill-A-Watt. We ran Unigine Valley for 30 minutes and observed the highest sustained load. Something to keep in mind when observing total system power draw is that there are times where a GPU simply being faster and requiring more from the CPU can cause the total system power draw to increase with the like of the Core i9-9900K. That said, the total system power draw is still important as it is how much power it is taking to run the system.

Products mentioned in this post

GTX 1060
GTX 1060
 
GTX 1650
GTX 1650
 
gtx 1650 super
gtx 1650 super
 

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