Palit GTX 1650 SUPER StormX OC Review
Peter Donnell / 6 months ago
A Closer Look
Out of all of the Nvidia GTX 1650 SUPER cards we’ve tested this week this is by far the most compact. It’s designed to be compatible with mini-ITX builds and shouldn’t be any longer than your typical mini-ITX motherboard either. This is great news for those building compact gaming PCs.
The card features a single large fan over a good size radiator. It might not seem like much, but we know this to be a very efficient chipset, and it should be more than enough.
The card is just two slots thick, so again, it’ll be very compatible with your typical mini-ITX PC case. Furthermore, it’ll work just fine in larger cases too, obviously.
The card features a single 6 pin PSU connector, which is all it really needs. Plus, that will still leave some power headroom for overclocking too.
There’s no backplate on this card, but it’s not like it needs the extra reinforcement. It’s pretty lightweight overall, and it’s certainly not likely to start drooping anytime soon. The rear of the card has lots of air flow to help keep things cool. Plus, there are three display connections on offer; DisplayPort, HDMI as well as DVI.