NVIDIA has officially launched today a new entry-level graphics car, based on a Turing GPU, an architecture from the past! The GeForce GTX 1630 is likely the slowest graphics card in current NVIDIA inventory (and maybe the word graphics is not suited to this card…).
The GeForce GTX 1630 features a TU117-150 (12nm) GPU with 512 CUDA cores. The graphics memory is limited to 4GB GDDR5 with a 64-bit memory bus. The TDP is 75W. The price of the GTX 1630 should be around USD $150.
This card is the successor of the GeForce GT 1030 and is in the same segment than the Radeon RX 6400 and the recently launched Intel Arc A380.
GeForce GTX 1630 specifications:
- GPU: Turing TU117-150, 12nm, base clock: 1740 MHz, boost clock: 1785 MHz, 4700M transistors
- CUDA cores: 512
- SMs: 8
- Texture units: 32
- ROPs: 16
- Memory: 4GB GDDR5 @ 1500 MHz real speed, memory interface: 64-bit
- TDP: 75W
- Power connector: one 6-pin
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We’ll get through this over the next few months and go into next year with our new architecture. I look forward to telling you more about it at GTC next month.
I look forward to next month’s GTC conference, where we will share new advances of RTX reinventing 3D graphics and gaming.
— Jensen Huang, NVIDIA CEO at Q2 2022 Earnings Call
Nvidia next gen GPU microarchitecture coming soon on September 20.