Lenovo GeForce GT 1010 with Pascal GPU pictured
More than a year later NVIDIA’s new ultra low-end GPU has been discovered there finally are the first photos of this new card.
The card neither looks like an NVIDIA reference design nor carries any NVIDIA logo, which implies it is a semi-modified version, possibly to accommodate the Lenovo OEM cooling solution. It appears to be featuring the same display connectors as GT 1030 series though, such as HDMI and analog VGA.
This true engineering marvel is based on Pascal GP108 GPU with 256 CUDA cores (so it’s not even the full GPU configuration). The card reportedly has a base clock of 1228 MHz and a boost of 1468 MHz. Typical TDP is reportedly 30W, thus it requires no additional power connectors. The card is also using PCIe 3.0 x4 interface, the same as RX 6500XT but an older standard.
Lenovo GT1010 2GB GDDR5 HDMI VGA desktop computer graphics card 5V10W62717 SV11B65869
- Process: 14nm
- Architecture: Pascal
- Core: GP108
- CUDA cores: 256
- Frequency: 1228/1468MHz
- Bit: 64bit
- Power consumption: 30W
- Interface: HDMI+VGA
This card is now listed at the Taobao marketplace for 450 RMB, which is around 70 USD.
Update: Twitter user MEGAsizeGPU provided photos of the Leadtek GT 1010 graphics card with dual HDMI connectors:
Update #2: The same user provided the first GPU-Z and 3DMark data: