After months of speculation and countless delays, Nvidia finally launched GTX1630 officially on the market. The video card will be one of the company’s gateways in the cheap GPUs segment.
You can find versions from Gigabyte, Zotac, MSI, Gainward and other brands already available at foreign retail outlets. It’s worth remembering that Nvidia has not produced a Founders Edition or any reference model for the card, which will only be distributed through brand partners.
The model uses: Turing architecture TU117-150 chip with only 512 CUDA cores, 4GB GDDR6 memory, 64-bit bus and 96GB/s bandwidth. Maximum frequencies should reach 1780 MHz when TDP is around 75W.
direct comparison to other boards using Turing chips, such as GTX 1650The GTX 1630 lags far behind in specs. The 1650 has 896 CUDA cores and increased bandwidth and bus. same goes for GTX1050Tiwhich is superior to the GTX 1630.
In practice this means that the new GPU should be limited to one. Full HD game and low quality and even at 900P or HD. The suggested price has not yet been announced for all regions, but there are already mentions of close to 150 euros, which is something around R$830 in direct conversion.
In Brazil, the card is expected to arrive officially in the coming months, but still no confirmation from Nvidia.
Source: Tec Mundo