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Passive entry-level card: Palit GeForce GTX 1650 KalmX arrived in the test lab

There is work like a string and if there are no new graphics chips in sight, then you are all the more happy about exotic and unusual graphic solutions away from the usual bling bling mainstream! This is what happened with the KalmX from Palit, where the successor to the GTX 1050 Ti KalmX is hardly more expensive, but much faster. Whether this solution is coolable and under what circumstances the concept can work, that will be shown by my detailed test, which is already in full swing.

With 66 watts on the 12-volt rails, despite the socket-free power supply, one at least once very meticulously adheres to the norms, Chapeau. The rest will be available in the review shortly, because I don't want to spoil everything. However, in several respects this card performs much better than its own predecessor. Well, it's not a D-train yet, but it's a nice solution for all passive lovers. So you can be curious!

 

Palit GeForce GTX 1650 KalmX, 4GB GDDR5, HDMI, 2x DP (NE5165001BG1-1170H)

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