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Nvidia's GP-108 GPU core has been pictured

Nvidia's GP-108 GPU core has been pictured

Nvidia's GP-108 GPU core has been pictured

Nvidia's GP-108 GPU core has been pictured

 
EX Preview has managed to get pictures of Nvidia's upcoming GP-108 GPU core has been pictured, showcasing the GPU that is rumoured to power the GT 1030. 
 
This GPU will rival AMD's recently released RX 550 GPU, which is designed as an iGPU replacement which comes with an attractive price point of around £80 in UK stores. This Nvidia GT 1030 design is rumoured to consume only 30W of power, making it ideal for low-power multi-monitor PCs and OEM systems. 

  

Nvidia's GP-108 GPU core has been pictured

 

At this time the specification of Nvidia's new GP-108 core are unknown, with Ex Preview stating that the GPU will release on May 17th. At this time it is unknown if Nvidia plans to release this GPU to consumers in the US or European markets. 

 

You can join the discussion on Nvidia's new GP-108 GPU on the OC3D Forums

 

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