NVIDIA preps Pascal-based GeForce GT 1010

Posted on Monday, Jan 18 2021 @ 10:07 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Another Pascal-based video card from NVIDIA? You read that right. The green team is rollout out a new SKU called GeForce GT 1010. Details are slim at the moment but this appears to be a GP108-based video card.

The card is rumored to have 256 CUDA cores, 2GB GDDR5 memory, a 1228MHz base clock and a 1468MHz Boost. It basically replaces the five-years old GT 710.
The GeForce GT 1010 appears to be an OEM card for now, as we have seen no mention of the SKU on any board partner page yet. When it comes to the specifications, nothing has been made official yet, but it appears that the card is based on Pascal GP108 GPU — clearly not a gaming-oriented SKU. The GP108 is more known for its debut in the notebook MX300 series rather than desktop. The GPU eventually premiered under GT 1030.
It seems to be aimed at OEMs but the exact purpose of the card is unknown. A lot of integrated graphics are already faster so we're not sure who's going to gobble this up.

Via: VideoCardz


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