Yes, you can run Halo Infinite Multiplayer with a GTX 1650 as the minimum specs required are GTX 1050Ti or RX 570. If you are deciding to run the game with the GTX 1050 Ti or RX 570, then gaming at 30 fps settings is your only reasonable option as the game is quite unplayable at 60 fps settings, according to me.
Following are performance comparisons of Halo Infinite with GTX 1650, GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1660 Super.
The overall performance may vary with different components paired up with above mentioned GPUs
GTX 1650 Performance:
|Low Settings||54 fps|
|Medium Settings||48 fps|
|High Settings||42 fps|
GTX 1660 Ti 6GB Performance:
|Medium Settings||64 fps|
GTX 1660 Super Performance:
|Low Settings||75 fps|
|Medium Settings||71 fps|
|High Settings||53 fps|
|Ultra Settings||47 fps|
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