Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online

Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online

Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online

 
Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online, offering iGPU beating performance and a TDP of just 35W. All of these GPUs come with two total display outputs. 
 
Many of these new designs will come with passive half-height PCIe designs, allowing this GPU to operate silently under load. This GPU will come with 384 CUDA cores and with 2GB of memory with a 64-bit memory bus, which is a huge downgrade in specifications when compared to Nvidia’s GTX 1050, which has a 128-bit memory bus and 640 CUDA cores. 

  

Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online  Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online
Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online

The GT 1030 is not expected to be used as a gaming GPU, though it certainly will have enough GPU power some play older titles. This GPU is expected to act as an iGPU replacement for multi-monitor workstations and consumer PCs that could benefit from some GPU acceleration.   

  
Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online  Several aftermarket Nvidia GT 1030 GPU designs have leaked online
  

Nvidia has not officially announced their GT 1030 GPU, though this large number of aftermarket designs are a clear sign that a release is imminent. 

 

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