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NVIDIA officially introduced GeForce GTX 1630 - $150 entry-level graphics card based on Turing architecture

NVIDIA officially introduced GeForce GTX 1630 - $150 entry-level graphics card based on Turing architecture

NVIDIA officially introduced the entry-level graphics gas pedal GeForce GTX 1630.
At the heart of the graphics card is the TU117-150 generation Turing.Picture source: HXLThe new GPU features 512 CUDA cores.
For comparison, the model GeForce GTX 1650 has 896 cores.
Otherwise, the novelty is very similar to the older model: the same architecture, the same PCB, the same indicator of power consumption of 75 W and the same cooling system options.
There is no reference version of novelties, only variants from partners NVIDIA.
The graphics card has 4 GB of GDDR6 memory with an effective frequency of 12 GHz, as in the older model.
To tell the truth, nowadays the memory bus bit width is less and makes up only 64 bits instead of 128.
This decreases the memory bandwidth to only 96 GB/s instead of 192 GB/s.
This is even lower than the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti on the Pascal architecture from 2016.Memory bandwidth greatly affects the performance of the graphics card, especially when using high resolution.
Therefore, it is very difficult to call the GeForce GTX 1630 a gaming gas pedal.
Apparently, NVIDIA believes otherwise.
According to earlier rumors, the GeForce GTX 1630 will be even slower than the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti.
NVIDIA does not provide official charts with performance data.Image source: VideoCardzAt the moment we know that GeForce GTX 1630 will be sold in China, where it is estimated at 1000-1100 yuan (about $150 including VAT), depending on the model.
Information on the recommended price of the gas pedal for other markets is not yet available.

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