Nvidia GTX 1650 vs Nvidia GTX 1630

TOPGPU|14 Apr 2024 9:58 pm
Nvidia GTX 1650
Nvidia GTX 1630
Nvidia GTX 1650
Nvidia GTX 1630

The Nvidia GTX 1650 and GTX 1630 are both entry-level gaming graphics cards, but with a significant performance gap. The GTX 1650 boasts a higher number of CUDA cores and a higher clock speed, leading to a roughly 40% advantage in gaming performance. However, the GTX 1630 comes at a lower price point and consumes less power, making it more suitable for budget-conscious gamers. Ultimately, the choice depends on your needs and budget. If you prioritize raw performance, the GTX 1650 is the better option; if you value value for money, the GTX 1630 might be a more fitting choice.

GPU advantages and disadvantages:

GTX 1650

Pros: More powerful, can run most games smoothly; relatively higher price.

Cons: Higher power consumption, requires a more powerful power supply.

GTX 1630

Pros: Lower price, lower power consumption, suitable for entry-level gamers.

Cons: Weaker performance, may not be able to run some games smoothly at high graphics settings.

GPU comparison:
Nvidia GTX 1650
Nvidia GTX 1630

Graphics core

Release Date April 22, 2019 October 29, 2019
Generation Turing Turing
Applicable Type Desktop Desktop
Processor Number 896 GTX 1630
Bus Interface PCI Express 3.0 x16 PCIe 3.0 x16


Memory Type GDDR6 GDDR5
Memory Size 4GB 4GB
Memory Bus Width 128-bit 128-bit
Memory Clock Speed 12 Gbps  

Clock speed

Base Clock Speed 1485 MHz 1485 MHz
Boost Clock Speed 1665 MHz 1665 MHz

Render Config

CUDA Cores 896 896
Tensor Cores 136  
RT Cores 8  

Theoretical Performance

FP32 Performance 3.8 TFLOPS 1.89 TFLOPS
FP16 Performance 7.6 TFLOPS  
INT8 Performance 15.2 TOPS  

Graphics Processor

Graphics Processor TU117 TU117
Transistor Count 4.7 Billion  
Die Size 200 mm²  

Board Design

Power Consumption 75W 75 W
Power Connectors 6-pin  
Output Ports HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.4  
Card Length 17 cm  
Card Height 12 cm  
Card Width 4 cm  

Benchmark Comparison


According to UserBenchmark's benchmarks, the GTX 1650 has an overall performance that is about 52% higher than the GTX 1630. In most cases, the GTX 1650 can play 1080p games smoothly, while the GTX 1630 may need to lower settings to achieve playable frame rates.


Both the GTX 1650 and GTX 1630 support the following features:

  • Nvidia Turing Architecture
  • Nvidia Ansel
  • Nvidia Highlights
  • Nvidia Experience

However, the GTX 1650 also supports the following features:

  • Nvidia ShadowPlay
  • Nvidia VR Ready

Power Consumption

The GTX 1630 has a power consumption of 50 watts, while the GTX 1650 has a power consumption of 75 watts. This means that the GTX 1630 is more power efficient and generates less heat, making it better suited for small form factor cases and low-power systems.


The GTX 1650 typically costs between $100 and $150, while the GTX 1630 typically costs between $80 and $120.