NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 features 384 CUDA cores

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The new entry-level graphics based on Pascal architecture is set to launch this Wednesday. 

NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030

 

According to Chinese website ZOL, GeForce GT 1030 will be cheaper than previously reported. The original price was estimated around 599 to 799 Yuans, while the actual pricing is expected between 450 and 500 Yuans.

The card is based on Pascal GP108 silicon with 384 CUDA cores. The GT 1030 will also be equipped with 2GB of GDDR5 memory across 64-bit interface. Unlike higher-end models, this card will use PCI-Express 3.0 x8 interface.

When it comes to clock speeds, we are looking at a base clock of 1227 MHz and boost clock of 1468 MHz. The memory is set to 6 GHz effective speed (1500 MHz clock). This means GT 1030 has 48 GB/s bandwidth.

The GT 1030 will be powered exclusively by the PCIe slot, which means no external power connectors are required.

This entry-level GPU is not designed for gamers, instead, it should be welcomed by HTPC builders.

Both ZOL and Japanese Amazon confirm that GT 1030 will be released on May 17th. The estimated price is around 80 EUR.

NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 Specifications
GeForce GTX 1050 GeForce GT 1030 GeForce GT 730 Radeon RX 550
GPU GP106 GP108 GK208  Polaris 12
Cores
 
640
 
384
 
384
 
512
Base Clock
 
1354 MHz
 
1227 MHz
 
902 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1455 MHz
 
1468 MHz
 
1183 MHz
Memory Clock
 
7000 MHz
 
6000 MHz
 
5000 MHz
 
7000 MHz
Memory 2GB 2GB 1GB / 2GB 2GB / 4GB
Memory Bus 128-bit 64-bit 64-bit 128-bit
Memory Type GDDR5 GDDR5 GDDR5 GDDR5

At Baidu first users are already reporting that GT 1030 are available for sale. The only problem is a lack of working drivers.

NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 models

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1227 MHz
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1468 MHz
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1257 MHz (+2.4%)
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1506 MHz (+2.6%)
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1252 MHz (+2.0%)
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1506 MHz (+2.6%)
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1227 MHz
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1468 MHz
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1252 MHz (+2.0%)
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1506 MHz (+2.6%)
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1265 MHz (+3.1%)
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1518 MHz (+3.4%)
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1265 MHz (+3.1%)
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1518 MHz (+3.4%)
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1265 MHz (+3.1%)
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1518 MHz (+3.4%)
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1227 MHz
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1468 MHz
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b


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