Videocardz has received two new renders of the upcoming GeForce GTX 1630, and it might come as a surprise to some that it looks exactly like the GTX 1650. Colorful is going to introduce the new BattleAx model which will be part of the entry-level segment. A single heatsink covers the full length of the card which comes with a dual-fan cooling solution.
It is important to note that this particular model is not going to be factory overclocked, but it is going to ship with an additional 6-pin connector. On top of this, it is a full on custom design which features three display connectors including the HDMI, the DVI, and the DisplayPort. It is pleasantly surprising to see that there are some cards which are still coming with DVI ports.
The BattleAx is powered by the TU117 GPU which features a total of 512 CUDA cores and has a GDDR6 memory of 4 GB. As opposed to the GTX 1650 model, the bud width on 1630 has been reduced to 64-bit. This comes with disadvantages of its own as it limits the bandwidth and performance going on higher resolutions.
This isn’t an official launch date as of yet, but according to the rumors we have been hearing for many days, the GTX 1630 will launch on 28th June.