NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1150/2250 leak points to 896 CUDA cores

Posted on Monday, December 24 2018 @ 13:27 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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New Geekbench leaks indicate the upcoming mid-range video card from NVIDIA could feature 896 CUDA cores. VideoCardz reports the final name of the card is a mystery, it could be GeForce GTX 2050 Ti but GTX 1150 is also floating around.

The model seems based on a full TU107 GPU with 14 CUs, which results in 896 CUDA cores if there have been no architectural changes:
The new SKU is listed with 14 Compute Units, which means 896 CUDA Cores, that’s if the architecture has not changed. After all, entry-level GPUs have no need for RT or Tensor cores. The free space could easily be used for more cores or even smaller die.

The clock speed of 1.56 GHz points towards GDDR5 memory. This model would offer up to 4 GB of capacity.
We will probably learn more in January.

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