"Only 384 CUDA cores" is a pretty huge difference for a card that only has 896 cores. The 1650 SUPER has over 42% more cores, so I wouldn't expect this card to be encroaching on it in any way, even with the upgraded memory.Other than the memory swap, the GDDR6 variant probably won't come with any more improvements. Only 384 CUDA cores separate the GTX 1650 from the GTX 1650 Super. With the GDDR6 memory upgrade, the revised GTX 1650 is on par with the Super variant in terms of memory performance. It's unlikely that Nvidia will continue to improve it any further, as the graphics card would cannibalize the GTX 1650 Super.