ASUS Phoenix NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 3.0, 4GB GDDR6 Memory, HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D,

(10 customer reviews)


Graphics Coprocessor NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650
Brand ASUS
Graphics Ram Size 4 GB
GPU Clock Speed 1635 MHz
Video Output Interface DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI

  • Memory Speed:12 Gbps.Digital Max Resolution:7680 x 4320
  • OC Edition: Boost Clock 1665 MHz (OC Mode)/ 1635 MHz (Gaming Mode)
  • Ultra-fast GDDR6 with over 50% more memory bandwidth for high-speed gaming.
  • Axial-tech fan design features a smaller fan hub that facilitates longer blades and a barrier ring that increases downward air pressure.
  • Auto Extreme Manufacturing uses automation to enhance reliability.
  • Stainless steel bracket is harder and more resistant to corrosion.


Phoenix graphics cards pack as much performance as possible into a compact design that offers a wide range of compatibility with small chassis. Limited space begs an efficient cooling system, the Phoenix GeForce® GTX 1650 delivers with a powerful Axial-tech fan. Whether you’re upgrading an outdated card or building your first gaming rig.

Additional information

Dimensions 4.96 × 1.53 cm
Max Screen Resolution

‎7680 x 4320

Memory Speed

‎1635 MHz

Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650

Chipset Brand


Graphics Card Ram Size

‎4 GB




‎GTX 1650 OC Edition Gaming

Item model number


Item Weight

1.1 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎6.85 x 4.96 x 1.53 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎6.85 x 4.96 x 1.53 inches


‎Accessories general



Country of Origin


Date First Available

August 18, 2020



10 reviews for ASUS Phoenix NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card (PCIe 3.0, 4GB GDDR6 Memory, HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI-D,

  1. Ricardo Molina

    Funcionando bien por el momentoGran rendimiento 0 ruido y buenas temperaturas llegó antes de lo esperado

  2. Jacob

    Very good for gamingI get over 100fps at 1080p with medium high settings depending on the game. It also runs cool.

  3. Ron

    Unless you play extreme games this is an ideal choice – I own 3 !Love not having to hook up yet more cables, it gets all the power it needs through the slot. Runs cool even without the fan spinning. I know one of the ones I own the fan mysteriously died but is under warranty. I did not even know the fan had died and I have temperature monitors. While some are complaining about Asus customer service they were happy to take it in for repair or replacement.Color quality is outstanding and text is crisp and clear. I hope this is the future trend in video cards as its getting ridiculous having to manage so many cables. This card is ideal for building an high end general purpose workstation. I run AutoCAD with it easily.

  4. Deez

    A moderate cardIt is a decent card for most games that have been on the market a while. The price was a bit high, but at least it was in stock. Most the the higher end cards were almost impossible to get during this time. Now card prices are starting to drop. This card will probably end up being about half of what I payed for it.I didnt have any issues while using it.

  5. Matthew

    Not bad even in 2022 for beginning lvlI like the size it is very low profile compared to most cards

  6. Joseph

    Great entry level graphics card!Now I just bought a pre built pc, and inside was a gt1030… yea can’t do much with that. I bought this card for $210, the lowest price I’d seen for this card, and may I just say, it is amazing. I can run every game on medium or low graphics and get a range anywhere from 60-130 fps on high demanding games, low demanding such as csgo, valorant, Minecraft Java, 300-400+ fps. *This card does not need a separate power supply!*No 6 pin needed! This beast of a card goes right in to your PCI slot on your motherboard and you’re ready to go. You wanna play your games at a solid and consistent fps? Get this card.

  7. Amazon Customer

    Good value for your moneySo far so good. Upgraded from a gtx 660 and it is light years better. For 1080p gaming its about all you need. i run most of everything on high at 60 frames could maybe get better frames on higher settings on some games if i had a better cpu im using an fx-4300 still. Its overpriced by $60 dollars or so but its still better priced now than a few months ago. I hate scalpers ugh. Anyway im pleased with the card just dont forget to get the drivers from asus and not nvidia website.

  8. Jim S

    great for $150for the $150 I paid its great performance over my old GTX 760.paired with an old i5 4690

  9. Bossman207

    Perfect. Quiet too.Used this in a mini-atx case. Stays cool and quiet. Uses low power. Paired with a Ryzen 5600G and DDR4 16Gb 1600. Wonderful card for 1080p gaming at 60fps with most games using high to near max settings. GeForce Experience makes it easy for my son to get the settings optimized for lots of games.

  10. John G.

    Good graphics, Solid card for 4k@60fps streamingDecent card, simple and quick install, downloaded drivers prior to removal of Radeon card and Uninstalled AMD drivers. On boot up automatically found and installed drivers. Was hoping this wasn’t a TU117 and was the updated card, no such luck. Not a big deal as this is not a gaming rig or used for content creation. Graphics are fast even with an older CPU AMD FX with 32gb of RAM. Used solely for streaming 4k video and light web surfing as an HTPC. Card is performing well for streaming. Handles 2160p@60fps with no issue. Due to chip shortage priced high but its supply and demand so I can’t complain. Didnt want to wait as new 120hz native panel X900h Sony 85 inch being delivered tomorrow. Can’t wait to see how it works together with all the upgrades to the HTPC.

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