Nvidia's may be preparing an GTX 1630 graphics card to tackle the low-end GPU market

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Nvidia's may be preparing an GTX 1630 graphics card to tackle the low-end GPU market

It looks like Nvidia's planning to launch a new low-end graphics card to replace their GTX 1050 Ti

According to Videocardz, Nvidia's planning to launch a new low-end graphics card called the GTX 1630, a new GPU model that's designed to challenge AMD's Radeon RX 6400 and officially replace the company's aging GTX 1050 Ti graphics card. 

The downside of this launch for Nvidia is that their GTX 1630 graphics card is a GTA product, not an RTX product. This new graphics card appears to be a lower-end version of the company's GTX 1650 graphics card, making the GTX 1650 a Turing based GPU that lacks support for Nvidia's hardware accelerated ray tracing technology and the company's AI technologies, the most notable of which is DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling). 

Nvidia's GTX 1630 is designed to cater to budget gamers and those who require discrete-level graphics on their systems who do not need absurd levels of gaming performance. This GPU is not designed to play the latest games with ray tracing enabled, but it should deliver solid performance for gamers on a really tight budget. If you just want to add a low-power GPU to your system to play some older gamers at 1080p, the GTX 1630 should be a decent option. That said, this GPU will struggle to run many modern titles well. 

Nvidia's may be preparing an GTX 1630 graphics card to tackle the low-end GPU market

Nvidia's rumoured GTX 1630 will give the company's low-end lineup a much needed refresh. The GTX 1630 will move Nvidia's lowest-end GTX GPU from Pascal to Turing, and should hopefully give gamers a little more performance. We expect to hear more about Nvidia's GTX 1630 over the next few days. 

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18-05-2022, 14:09:29

ET3D
Typos in second paragraph: "graphics card is a GTA product" (GTX, presumably), "making the GTX 1650 a Turing based GPU" (1630, presumably).

As for the card itself, in theory a 1630 does sound good as the '30' suggests an entry level card that should have an MSRP of under $100. In practice I'll wait to see what kind of price it fetches on the market. In theory a 1650 should have been enough to compete with the 6400 (it's SRP is lower), but in practice it competes with the 6500 XT.Quote
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