The Best NVIDIA GTX 1650 Laptops to Buy in 2019 For Pure Gaming FunByVaidyanathan Subramaniam-June 15, 2019 “3/3.435.png” We covered some of the best RTX 2060RTX 2070 laptops to play. The RTX series is based on the new Turing architecture and in supported games offers real-time ray tracing and AI enabled enhancements. However, these new features are not needed by every gamer and all they care about is playable frame rates. To that reason NVIDIA recently announced that the GTX 1650 and GTX 1660 Ti GPUs are available for gaming and multimedia notebooks. Laptops featuring the GTX 1650 have recently begun to become available from both popular OEMs and custom PC makers. While most of these laptops are powered by Intel processors, some of them have started to adopt the new Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 35W CPUs from AMD as well to provide an uncompromising value advantage in efficiency. While these laptops are still relatively new, they showed consistent benchmark performance that prompted us to look at the market’s current best offers. So here are the 8 best GTX 1650 laptops with that knowledge that you can purchase for a great experience that doesn’t dent the wallet in 2019.

1. Asus TUF Gaming FX505DT

Asus TUF Gaming FX505DT Specs: AMD Ryzen 7 3750H CPU 8 GB RAM 512 GB SSD GPU / Display: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650/15.6-inch FHD 120 Hz IPS-level Ports: 2x USB 3.1 1x USB 2.0 1x RJ-45 1x HDMI 1x Headphone Jack Dimensions (W x H x D): 14.17 x 1.02 x 10.31 Gaming on the FX505DT is a pleasure. The most recent AAA games will run at least 60 fps at 1080p on Very High or Ultra settings. You can lower a setting or two within the game for higher frame rates to ensure a gameplay experience of 100 fps+. The AMD Ryzen 7 CPU does a very good job of providing enough horsepower for innovative applications for periods when you are not gaming. Apps like Adobe Photoshop, and After Effects that are heavily CPU-dependent run on this laptop very well. The Asus TUF Gaming FX505DT in its entirety is the laptop to get if you’re looking for excellent 1080p gaming performance that doesn’t break the bank. Pros: Excellent FHD gaming Good specs Value for money Cons: Keyboard needs to get used to fan noise can get high on

2 Turbo mode. MSI GF63 Thin ‘ 3/3.437.jpg ‘ MSI GF63 Thin Specs: Intel Core i5-9300H CPU 8 GB RAM 256 GB SSD GPU / Display: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Max-Q/ 15,6-inch FHD IPS-level display Ports: 1x USB Type-C 3x USB 3,1 1x RJ-45 1x HDMI 1x line-in 1x line-out

‘ 3/3.438.jpg ‘ Acer Nitro 5 Specs: Intel Core i5-9300H CPU 8 GB RAM It’s relatively affordable at around $1000 compared to the more expensive Predator series models. CPU options range from the 9th gene Intel Core i5-9300H to the Core i7-9750H. If you’re primarily looking for gaming use, the Core i5 version should be enough. When you foresee making any content that can use more multi-threading, the Core i7 would make a better proposal. The GTX 1650 is either way a viable option for lag-free 1080p gaming at 60 Hz. The default configuration gives you 8 GB of RAM which can be extended up to 32 GB. You can also choose from an array of combinations of SSD and HDD. The Nitro 5 has an Acer ComfyView FHD LCD display. It’s not a high refresh rate display, but it should be fine if your goal is to play at 60 fps. The Nitro 5 provides a dual fan cooling system that helps to keep temperatures cool. Acer also offers a CoolBoost functionality that ensures proper fan speed under load. For web browsing the Acer Nitro 5 should last at least 6 hours on the road with a 55 Wh battery. Performance in gaming is on a par with most other laptops on this list. At Very High or Ultra settings, most modern AAA titles like Shadow of the Tomb Raider Far Cry 5 GTA V Battlefield V etc. can run around 60 fps. In Very High environments games like Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon can even run at 120 fps. Temperatures tend to hang around the tolerable 65 to 75 degrees C limit. There is no Thunderbolt 3 connectivity on the notebook so if you plan to use a more powerful eGPU you’re out of luck. Pros: Good gaming performance in the mid-range Quiet runs under load Cons: No Thunderbolt 3 port 4. Aorus 5

“3/3.439.jpg” Aorus 5 Specifications: Intel Core i7-9750H CPU 16 GB RAM 256 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD Ports: 1x USB Type-C 2x USB 3.1 1x RJ-45 1x HDMI 1x HDMI 1x Headphone Jack Dimensions (W x H x D): 14.13 x 0.9 x 9.69 in most GTX 1650 gaming laptops generally offer mid-range specifications that are just about correct for the price but if you look at something more po This GTX 1650 laptop provides some serious hardware including an Intel Core i7-9750H 8-core CPU 16 GB RAM a 256 GB Intel NVMe SSD and a genuine IPS 144 Hz screen that is available in both 15.6 and 17.3-inch models. Considering the slim profile the Aorus 5 offers good range of port. There’s no Thunderbolt 3, but you can get a Type-C USB port which can also double as a DisplayPort. Aorus provides a well-suited RGB keyboard layout for the gaming. The Nahimic 3 DAC which offers a virtual 7.1 surround experience takes care of the audio. Aorus includes Killer Wireless LAN 1550 and DoubleShot Pro for advanced networking and packet priority setting features. The Aorus 5 uses a Windforce Thermal System that efficiently drives heat out of the chassis to keep the thermal springs cool. Overall the Aorus 5’s performance in gaming is excellent. However, if you really need to spend the extra money on a 144 Hz display, you will need to evaluate as the GTX 1650 can’t really take advantage of it in modern games. That being said, for those looking at innovative workflows, the extra CPU power and IPS screen can be useful. Pros: Color-exact display Solid CPU

5. Dell G5 5590

“3/3.440.jpg”Cons: Can get hot and loud under a Mediocre

6 load screen. Sager NP6855

“3/3.441.jpg” Specifications: Intel Core i7-9750H CPU 16 GB RAM 500 GB SSD GPU / Display: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650/15.6-inch FHD IPS Display Ports: 1x USB Type-C 2x USB 3.1 1x USB2.0 1x RJ-45 1x HDMI 1x Mini DP 1x Headphone Jack Dimensions (W x H x D): 14.21 x 0.98 x 10.16 in $1049.00 One of the advantages of Cle To eke out even more performance, removing the bottom hatch and updating the SSD HDD RAM or Wi-Fi card is very simple. If you are looking for an easy price for experiencing Clevo notebooks the Sager NP6855 is an easy recommendation. Pros: Good performance Easy Cons upgradeability: None as

7. Asus ROG Strix GL531GT “3/3.442.jpg” Asus ROG Strix GL531GT Specs: Intel Core i7-9750H CPU 16 GB RAM 1 TB SSD GPU / Display: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650/15.6-inch FHD IPS-type display Ports: 1x USB Type-C 3x USB 3.1 1x RJ-45 1x Mini DP 1x HDMI 1x headphone jack $1044.00 This year’s Asus ROG Strix GL531GT is fresh off the stables and comes The ROG Strix GL531GT is extremely slim unlike many other ROG notebooks. You get a NVIDIA GTX 1650 GPU 16 GB RAM and a massive 1 TB SSD out of the box with the 9th gen Intel Core i7-9750H CPU. A cool aspect of this laptop is that the trackpad area itself offers a virtual numpad. So you get the benefit of well spaced keys and when working with spreadsheets you also get to use a comfortable numpad. The keyboard is RGB backlit and Asus has gone one step further by illuminating even the chassis ‘ bottom sides with a light bar for that exotic gaming look. You can also sync the RGB with other peripherals which are compatible with Asus Aura Sync. The 15.6-inch display is not a complete IPS panel but offers a truly immersive experience with the near-borderless display. Port selection in this price is very good for a laptop and although there is no Thunderbolt 3 Asus has still managed to provide a Type-C connector. Dual 12V fans that can operate are three fan modes that can be configured from within the Asus Armory Crate software to take care of cooling. These include the modes of Silent Balanced and of Turbo. During Quiet, fan noise is hardly noticeable, but Turbo kicks the fans to full speed, and you may need to use headphones to stop hearing it. Another unique aspect of the cooling system is that the fans offer protection against dust by channelizing dust through a dedicated tunnel so that the fan blades are not obstructed. The Asus ROG Strix GL531GT makes a good purchase overall if you are looking for a nearly maxed-out GTX 1650 laptop. Pros: Excellent gaming performance High capacity storage Cons: Not a true IPS display Ports: 1x USB Type-C 2x USB 3.1 1x USB 2.0 1x USB 2.0 1x RJ-45 1x Mini DP 1x HDMI 1x line-in 1x line-out Dimensions (W x H x D): 15.08 x 1.08 x 10.27 in The CyberpowerPC Tracer III Xtreme is not the slimest GTX 1650 gaming laptop out there but has a lot going under the hood to guarantee the extra dimensions. The Xtreme Tracer III offers a top-of-line Core i7-9750H CPU and a GTX 1650 GPU. RAM options start at 8 GB but can go as far as 64 GB if necessary. Similarly, the SSD capacity can be optimized from 240 GB to a whopping 2 TB. The Tracer III Xtreme differs from the fact that it offers a fully mechanical RGB keyboard from other custom GTX 1650 Gaming laptops. Gamers love mechanical keyboards because they provide better tactile feedback and can take quite a beating as compared to conventional membrane keyboards found in most notebooks. For a smooth viewing experience, buyers can choose between a 15.6-inch, or a 17.3-inch 144 Hz high refresh rate display. The panel does not support G-Sync as there is not enough power for the GTX 1650 but you can enable V-sync in games to ensure that the frame rate matches the display’s refresh rate. Keep in mind that the GTX 1650 can only push up to 120 fps in older games at FHD Ultra settings so you may need to tone down some of the visual settings to get over 100 fps in newer titles. Needless to say, in most games the CyberpowerPC Tracer III Xtreme is a really good performer. It also had enough power to drive a VR headset like the HTC Vive or the Oculus Rift when you buy games via Steam VR. All of this performance and features come at a very reasonable price point so we don’t hesitate to say the Tracer III is easily one of the best GTX 1650 notebooks on the market today with some very good reviews. Pros: Good performance for 144 Hz panel gaming So this was an overview of some of the best GTX 1650 gaming laptops to purchase in 2019. If you are looking at FHD High gaming at nearly 60 fps, the GTX 1650 should suffice. You can go much higher as well but some of the visual settings in the games need to be toned down for that. The GTX 1650 does not offer ray tracing so you might want to look at some of the RTX 2070 or higher gaming laptops if you are looking for the added realism in the games. Also the GTX 1650 is perfect if you look at some GPU-accelerated creative workflows which could benefit from a dedicated GPU. With that we hope this article will address your needs for a GTX 1650 capable gaming laptop. If you have any questions please let us know and we will get back to you as soon as possible.