Just a day after it was revealed that NVIDIA was working on its new GeForce GTX 1630 graphics card, Videocardz has released the specs.
In addition to what was leaked earlier, namely the Turing TU117 with 512 cores, 4 GB of memory and a TDP of less than 75 W, it was revealed that the GTX 1630 will have a clock speed of up to 1800 MHz, and GDDR6 memory with a clock speed of 12 Gbps. This should provide 96 GB/s of bandwidth, which, although lower than the 128 GB/s provided by the GDDR5 memory interface on the GTX 1650, should result in greater cost efficiency. In terms of performance, the card could end up close to the GTX 1650 GDDR5 variant due to much higher clock speeds.
In terms of launch, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1630 is expected to hit store shelves on May 31st. The card will only be available in custom variants, as NVIDIA hasn’t released any reference models of entry-level graphics cards.