Two mainstream graphics cards from NVIDIA and AMD are in a hard competition for getting more users in designing and gaming. GTX 1650 Super attracts many buyers with its budget price of $160. 4GB RAM could fit both fighting GPUs as a perfect component to deliver the budget gaming experience. YouTube’s TheSpyHood channel tests several games on RX 5500 and GTX 1650 Super. They use interesting components like AMD Ryzen 9 3950X, Corsair H100i RGB Platinum 240mm AIO Liquid Cooler, Cooler Master V1000 SMPS PSU, Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro Series 2*8GB DDR4 3000MHz RAM which can assist both GPUs to handle the games like Star Wars: Fallen Jedi, The Witcher 3 and so on.
1080p resolution with high settings lets RX 5500 win with small numbers exceeding the GTX 1650 Super
1440p brings draw for both components that get different by only one point in both average and minimum FPS.
Fortnite at 1080p became friendly to GTX 1650 Super by giving 6 FPS on average and 4 points in minimum FPS.
At 1440p GTX 1650 is winning too with 3 points on average and one point in the minimum.
92 average FPS brings a victory to RX 5500 over GTX 1650 Super that gives up not so often.
Unfortunately, RX 5500 loses to GTX 1650 Super in minimum FPS but wins on average.
Doom grants the victory to Radeon but Geforce loses by little numbers at 1080p with high settings.
1440p resolution of Doom gives an opportunity to Geforce to win the minimum FPS test.
I can’t choose only one of them. Instead, I would buy both of them in order to use them in gaming, mining, and designing. Both video cards are great on any occasion. I advise any budget user to buy these mainstream GPUs for their affordable prices. You could use them with CPUs like the latest Ryzen 3 series and Core i3 series since they cost less than $70.