NVIDIA is expected to release a new GPU this month, with prior reports pointing at it being the GPU maker’s entry-level GeForce GTX 1650. This time around, new information and images about a notebook have emerged online, with performance details pertaining to not just the GTX 1650, but also Intel’s Core i7-9750H.
The leak was posted by Twitter user @momomo_us. The post itself doesn’t contain cryptic messages of sorts, but does contain a link to Imgur, where a bunch of slides can be found inside. The slides are all in Chinese, but judging from the fonts used and one of the slides, it’s like that these images originated from MSI.
The notebook that will house this GPU and CPU is the MSI GL63. Besides the two components, the notebook will also come with 16GB DDR4 RAM, and a 512GB NVMe SSD.
— 188号 (@momomo_us) April 7, 2019
It’s the second slide that gives us slightly more information about the GTX 1650 residing in the notebook. Again, it’s in Chinese, but it’s plain to see that it points towards the GPU carrying 4GB of what is likely to be GDDR5 memory. Running at a boost clockspeed of 1395MHz.
Performance-wise, the GTX 1650 seems to be approximately 24% more powerful than the last generation’s Pascal-powered GTX 1050 Ti. In terms of framerates, one of the images seems to suggest that the GPU – in tandem with the other components – will keep the framerates in the majority of titles above the 60 fps mark. Presumably at Full HD resolution.
Then there’s the Intel Core i7-9750H CPU. Again, the slide itself doesn’t share alot of information about the specs, save for its performance improvements the last generation Core i7-8750H. What is known, however, is that the CPU will be based on Intel’s 14nm++ die lithography, and will fall within the semiconductor maker’s Comet Lake family of CPUs.
At the time of writing, there’s still no official word on the GeForce GTX 1650 from NVIDIA. Until then, and as always, we do advise you to take the news with a pinch of salt.