Launching for May 31st?

Just yesterday we were talking about the truth of it nvidia It can release its new graphics card GeForce GTX 1630. This card aims to provide a better presence for the chameleon in the entry sector. In fact, AMD’s RX 6400 is more interesting if you’re looking for the cheapest card. Today, via our fellow VideoCardz we learn that The GTX 1630 could see the light of day on May 31. But we are also learning more about its technical characteristics.

We now have the technical specifications for the GTX 1630 from NVIDIA

Thus, the NVIDIA GTX 1630 will be based on a Turing GPU TU117-150 It is etched at 12nm and has different specifications than the GTX 1650 with TU117-300 GPU. Estimated fewer cores and a reduced bus. So, we expect to see 512 cores CUDA, which is half of what the TU117 GPU is capable of. As for the bus, we’ll pass it 64 bit Since the GPU can go up to 128 bits at most. On the other hand, if these specs go down compared to the GTX 1650, the frequencies may increase slightly. Actually, we’re talking aboutat 1800MHzall for TDP that will remain at 75W Due to reluctance though, other specifications have been reduced.

As for the memory configuration, we can count on it 4 GB of GDDR6 run fast 12 Gbps. Therefore, the The theoretical maximum bandwidth is 96GB/sec. By comparison, the bandwidth is 128GB/s on the GTX 1650. Like we said above, VideoCardz states that NVIDIA has set the launch date at May 31. A very short period in which we will likely still have performance leaks in the coming days.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 Series
GTX-1630 GTX-1650
GDDR6 TU116 / TU106
GPUs TU117-150 TU117-300 TU117-300 TU116-150 / TU106-125
koda cores
increase the clock
memory clock
Memory bus

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