Asus GeForce GTX 1650 Super Phoenix Fan OC Edition 4GB HDMI DP DVI Graphics Card
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- Ultra-fast GDDR6 with over 50% more memory bandwidth for high-speed gaming
- Wing-blade fan design incorporates drooped tips on each blade to reduce drag
- IP5X dust resistance offers protection from particle ingress for better durability
- Dual ball fan bearings can last up to twice as long as sleeve bearing designs
- Auto-Extreme Technology uses automation to enhance reliability
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The Asus Phoenix GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER is a high definition powerhouse packed into a compact layout. It boasts a large single fan with a Wing-blade design that has trickled down from top tier cards. This gives the Phoenix a performance boost over the competition, while keeping its size small enough to be compatible with most modern chassis. Just like its namesake, the Phoenix also boasts a long lifespan with features like IP5X dust resistance, dual ball fan bearings, and Auto-Extreme Technology. If you're looking for a nimble sidekick that will keep pushing pixels for years to come, the Phoenix is your beast. The GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER is up to 50% faster than the original GTX 1650 and up to 2X faster than the previous-generation GTX 1050. Powered by the award-winning NVIDIA Turing™ architecture and ultra-fast GDDR6 memory, it’s a supercharger for today’s most popular games. Time to gear up and get SUPER. The Asus GPU Tweak II utility takes graphics card tuning to the next level. It allows you to tweak critical parameters including GPU core clocks, memory frequency, and voltage settings, with the option to monitor everything in real-time through a customizable on-screen display. Advanced fan control is also included along with many more features to help you get the most out of your graphics card. This graphics card supports NVIDIA G-SYNC display technology for a super-smooth variable refresh rate experience. Enjoy AAA games without the nuisance of screen tearing or stuttering.
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Pros: Great Multi monitor support, good 1080 graphics 2d and 3d, gets all the power it needs from the PCIe slot (no need for additional power connectors)
Cons: I could not get the graphics drivers to install from either the Asus or Nvidia site. I continuously got a this card is not compatible with your version of windows error. I am using Windows 10 pro 64 bit. So I am stuff with whichever drivers windows has installed until Nvidia sorts that out. For this reason I could not give it 5 stars.
Even with the cons, the card performs well and is worth a buy if you are like me looking for a budget friendly low power usage card that still stands up to modern games.
As a side note, if you are using a VGA monitor and plan on using the DVI adapter, make sure you get a DVI-D to VGA converter.
Here are my thoughts. I'm pretty sure you've watched reviews on Youtube but here goes anyways. If you haven't, though, you should.
Noise: The fans only ramp up during streaming and gaming where the GPU has to work extra hard, otherwise, barely audible if you have a completely quiet room. If you have either speakers or normal headphones, you won't be able to hear the noise at all.
Performance: You really get what you pay for. You can play triple A games at low or medium settings at 1080p 60fps EASILY. This card doesn't even sweat. As long as you don't ask for too much, you'll be satisfied for sure.
Thermals: Averages around 70-75 degree Celsius under full load. Peaks at 75 degrees when you play demanding games for hours, it doesn't go above that at all if you don't overclock it. It's already factory overclocked and still has some room for overclocking.
Overall, this card is one of the best, if not THE best entry level graphics card, and you add streaming to that value. You can't really go wrong with this card. It won't disappoint you. You might think it's bad because of the bad reputation that the normal 1650 has, but this card is on another level. For $20 more bucks, you get 40% more performance than the normal GTX 1650, the new NVENC encoding with Turing architecture for streaming, and in this card's case, overclocked, quiet and excellent cooling.
*Excellent performance for its class and size.
*Fairly compact single fan design with minor fitting issues I ran into with the backplate needing to budge/be pulled hard and held toward the screw holes to put the screws in.
*Extra thought into the design of some of the most important components
*Does look nice imo with the "ASUS Geforce GTX" font on the side while viewing inside the case.
*Runs hot with small heat dissipation setup and not much that can be done to resolve the issue
*Could have looked a little nicer in terms of aesthetics but with something like this already, that's just nitpicking, though I'm sure it could have been done.
*Packaging might have been missing stuff, or ditched GPU Tweak II CD but it might have been done intentionally on this model. Box is rather barebones once you lift the cardboard holding the card, so I feel it could have been downsized to save on materials.
*build quality seems just average, or less than what I'd like it to be, just a standard card made to do one job, but feels a little fragile with what seems to be thinner parts and some low-quality feeling materials. Hard to tell its durability and strength. The PCB and backplate seem a little thinner than usual or what I'm used to, and the plastic shroud just feels lightweight/cheap and/or thin of itself, not sure about the actual quality of all the components though. Could just be using not necessarily lower-grade but different materials. Who knows? Could end up being better, at least I hope.