Zotac Gaming GeForce GTX 1650 OC 4GB GDDR6 Graphics Card
The GeForce GTX 16 Series is powered by the NVIDIA Turing architecture, bringing incredible performance to the latest games. Get Game Ready with GTX. The essential companion to your GeForce graphics card. Capture and share videos, screenshots, and live streams. Keep your drivers up to date and optimize your games. Get the highest levels of performance, and the smoothest experience possible, from the moment you start playing. Small powerhouse design. No need to ask “Will it fit?” Discover next-generation VR performance, low latency, and plug-and-play compatibility with leading headsets. Direct copper contact for maximum heat extraction. Full body heatsink for maximum heat dissipation. Static Pressure Optimized design improves airflow staying power. Equipped with a 90mm single fan, the largest fan our engineers could squeeze in for powerful cooling while still conforming to the standard card height. A specially designed aluminum sunflower heatsink with direct GPU contact enables a natural even heat distribution from the center core to the outer edges for efficient cooling. The striped fan blades break the flow of air into smaller channels enabling a more optimized flow and quieter rotation while the deep-angled blade increases downward pressure. Powered only by the PCIe bus means no additional power supply connection needed. Fewer wires, less clutter. Just drop it in and secure it down for a simple and clean install. Introducing the all-new ZOTAC GAMING FIRESTORM. Freshly designed with a more intuitive and minimal interface so you can get in and out quickly. Fine-tune your ZOTAC GAMING Graphics Card with enhanced intelligence, adjust the SPECTRA lighting, or simply monitor the hardware status with the new FIRESTORM utility. Getting more out of your ZOTAC GAMING GeForce graphics cards has never been easier. With the all-new OC SCANNER feature, we take the tedious trial and error and guesswork process out of the equation and drop it into a simple button press. Start the process, take a short break, and come back to a recommendation that is the most optimal setting for your graphics card.