Well that did not take long! We first heard of NVIDIA possibly launching a new GeForce GTX card yesterday, and now we have full details on the card. The card is of course the GeForce GTX 1630, which will be based on NVIDIA’s GTX 1650 model, but will be cut-down as expected.
The GTX 1630 will be based off NVIDIA’s 12nm Turning TU117-150 chip, which has a different configuration than the TU117-300 that powers the GTX 1650. The GTX 1650 will have 512 CUDA cores, 4GB of GDDR6 memory clocked at 12 Gbps across a 64-bit memory bus. This will give the card a max theoretical memory bandwidth of 96 GB/s.
The card is expected to have a much higher boost clock than the GTX 1650, going up to 1800 MHz. From what we know the TDP remains at 75W.
NVIDIA is setting the launch date for this card on May 31st. No word on pricing.
VideoCardz has put together a graph showing the new GTX 1630 compared to other “current” GTX 16 series cards.