ZOTAC GTX 1650 SUPER Twin Fan Review




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A Closer Look

The Zotac GTX 1650 Super TwinFan is exactly as the name implies, as it features two 70mm fans! They’re only small fans, but the extra cooling performance is always welcome.

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The card extended cooler allows for a larger radiator over the chipset. However, the card is still fairly compact overall.

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The chipset is said to be very efficient too, which means this card only requires a single 6-pin power connector. Plus, that additional power should give us a bit of extra overclocking headroom later on in our testing too.

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The card sticks firmly to a two-slot design, improving system compatibility. It’s also no wider than the PCIe bracket, which means it should be suitable for cases with limited width.

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On the rear of the card, you’ll find plenty of ventilation for additional cooling performance. There’s also a single DisplayPort, HDMI port and even a DVI port for compatibility with older displays.

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