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Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 Low-Cost Graphics Cards Launch in India Starts Below Rs 6,000


21 Jun 2013
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Nvidia has quietly launched its latest consumer GPU, the GeForce GT 1030. Graphics cards based on this GPU are already making their way into Indian markets, with manufacturers setting MRPs at around Rs. 5,999 and street prices expected to be as low as Rs. 5,600. These cards should compete with or even undercut those based on AMD's recently announced Radeon RX 550 cards.

The GeForce GT 1030 GPU is based on the same Pascal architecture as its beefier 10-series siblings, but has only 384 processing units (called CUDA cores). It runs at up to 1,468MHz, with little chance of significant overclocking. GeForce GT-based graphics cards will have 2GB of GDDR5 RAM on a 64-bit bus for a total memory bandwidth of 48GBps. They will be available in compact, single-slot, and low-profile form factors. Both active and passive cooling solutions are possible, making such cards suitable for small, quiet PCs.

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