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GPU Deal: Get the GeForce GTX 1650 for Just $159.99

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650
(Image credit: Tom's Hardware)

 

In case you’ve missed it, GPUs have become a lot more expensive recently. Tariffs mean you are starting to see prices across the newer, beefier options skyrocket - not great at a time when we are all watching our bank balances closely.

But we have a solution. If you need a low profile option, or you’re on the lookout for a budget option that doesn’t disappoint, the $159 GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1650 is a great cost-effective choice at Newegg. 

GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1650: just $159.99
The low profile GeForce GTX 1650 comes with 4GB 128-Bit GDDR6 memory - capable of running popular games like Forza Horizon 4, Destiny 2 and Battlefield V at around 60FPS. It’s not the best GPU in the world, but it’s certainly one of the best priced for its performance. View Deal

Offering great connectivity for a low profile card (1x DVI-D, 2x HDMI 2.0b and 1x DisplayPort 1.4), a versatile PCI Express 3.0 x16 interface and performance roughly equal to the GTX 1060 3GB, this is a good option for those looking for a quick fix gaming solution that doesn’t break the bank.

But if you are looking for something with a little more horsepower that could handle the intensity of 4k ray tracing in Cyberpunk, take a look at our our picks for best graphics cards.

  • PirateDetective
    Already OOS at that price, nearest listed is now $310. Hopefully some people who wanted a GPU for personal use and not scalpers got them at that price :*(
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  • ThatMouse
    Yikes horrible time to buy a graphics card! I was hoping to snag one of these for a HTPC. By the time this comes back in stock it will be so old.
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  • cryoburner
    ...and performance roughly equal to the GTX 1060 3GB
    Even the 1650 models with a PCIe power connector tend to be around 10% slower than a 1060 3GB on average, while the ones without them, like this model, tend to be another 10% or so slower still, so not exactly "roughly equal" in performance. In all, a 1060 3GB will typically be around 20-25% faster than this card. And remember, the 1060 3GB came out 4.5 years ago at a $200 MSRP. I suppose having a little more VRAM with the 1650 will likely be beneficial in some newer games, but the 1650 was a fairly mediocre card when it launched for $150 nearly 2 years ago, and I'd hardly call paying $10 over MSRP for it much of a "GPU deal".

    The 1650 SUPER was a much more compelling product that was until just recently available at this same price point, while offering close to 40% more performance. Getting notably less performance for the same money is not a deal, and unless one really needs a card right away, they might be better off waiting some months for pricing to recover. By then, there might even be even faster cards than the 1650 SUPER available for under $200.
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  • NightHawkRMX
    Id hardily say that's a deal
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