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The Low-end GPU Market is Broken - GTX 1630 Review

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Nvidia has released the 'new' GTX 1630 - except it is not new at all, being a cut-down version of the GTX 1650 that released three years ago on the Turing architecture. As we find out, it is simply horrible value and indicative of the state the low-end GPU market finds itself in 2022.

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00:00 Start
00:40 Intro and specs
02:36 Test setup
03:40 Cyberpunk 2077
04:12 Dying Light 2
04:38 F1 2021
04:59 Far Cry 6
05:22 Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker
05:48 God of War
06:18 GTA V
06:38 Hitman 3
07:00 Rainbow Six Siege
07:26 Resident Evil Village
07:45 Total War: Warhammer III
08:06 The Witcher 3
08:25 Performance summary (12-game average)
09:18 Palit GTX 1630 Dual design overview
10:57 Thermals and noise
11:56 Power draw
12:51 Overclocking
13:35 Closing thoughts

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