Hong Kong based Manli released low profile 1650 with GDDR6

Many budget conscious gamers build gaming computers based on the SFF or small form factor build. That means using micro ATX or mini ITX motherboards. Those support just a single PCIe x16 slot. Mostly you could get two of them on a micro ATX motherboard. Either way, there are very limited choices when building a PC using the small form factor. This is where the Manli 1650 low profile GPU shines.

Manli 1650 Low Profile GPU details

The Manli 1650 Low Profile graphics card features the new GDDR6 at 12 Gbps memory speed on a 128 bit memory bus, and that outputs a total of 192GB/s bandwidth. The GDDR6 variant represents significant improvements over GDDR5

Coming to the clock speeds, the base clock is set at 1410MHz and can be overclocked to 1590MHz. Thus you get a performance boost of 6.31% over GDDR5. This makes the Manli 1650 Low Profile sit between the 1650 and 1650 super. The higher memory bandwidth and memory speed makes this card a more valuable competitor to the GDDR5 versions.

If by chance you have a small CPU cabinet, this would be an excellent fit, but it would take two mounting slots on the cabinet as the card is really beefy. The GPU is great for 1080p gaming in the small form factor. Manli’s GTX 1650 low-profile graphics card features a cooler that utilizes two 90 mm fans to keep the components of the graphics card cool. The ports on this card include HDMI, DisplayPort, and DVI, allowing for up to three monitors to be connected to and run off this card smoothly. The maximum resolution that this card can output is 7,680 x 4,520 at the response rate of 120 Hz.

Manli hasn’t added any pricing as of today. We should hopefully get the pricing details in a while. This post will definitely be updated with the latest price of the Manli GPU.

Kiran Fernandes

Kiran is your friendly neighbourhood tech enthusiast who's passionate about all kinds of tech, goes crazy over 4G and 5G networks, and has recently sparked an interest in sci-fi and cosmology.

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