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no these aren't for running crysis
no they're not for watercooling

they're ultra-efficient chips that can be completely silent for HTPC, when you're watching a film with quiet scenes it does make a difference

really happen with my passively cooled GT 730...about time it got HDMI 2

depends, if you really go all-out on an HTPC then even a high-end GPU would crawl.
MadVR for example can turn any high-end GPU into a barely-fast-enough GPU.
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no these aren't for running crysis
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1030 Should be able to pull 40fps at 1080p medium settings.
I want to see how it performs with games like Witcher 3, ROTR, etc.
    
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1030 Should be able to pull 40fps at 1080p medium settings.
I want to see how it performs with games like Witcher 3, ROTR, etc.


Haha way more than that, GTX 750 has the same number of CUDA cores as 1030, but the former is running as a Maxwell card.


If anything for core to core, Pascal uplift is about +60% from Maxwell. GT1030 should be able to hit close to 30fps at very high setting. or >60 at medium
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With the memory compression technology of Pascal, 64 bit shouldn't be that big of a problem.
Although the launch price will be $80, once the price drops to $70, the performance should be half of 1050Ti for half the price so not that bad.
Pascal architecture should provide a good increase in performance compared to Kepler.

64bit bus is terrible no matter what compression is used
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Another disappointing launch.

AMD'S RX 550 was a poor value and so is this.

If you need an Nvidia card you can get a GTX 1050 for about $100 or a GTX 1050 Ti for about $120.

This is clearly not targeted at people who want performance. But it also seems to be lacking the ports needed fot home theatre usage :/
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no these aren't for running crysis
no they're not for watercooling

they're ultra-efficient chips that can be completely silent for HTPC, when you're watching a film with quiet scenes it does make a difference

really happen with my passively cooled GT 730...about time it got HDMI 2

There were passively cooled 750/750Ti's too though, and they were way better value, even if you didn't really intend on gaming. Now you've got passive GTX 1050Ti's and RX460's too, which will be better value than the GT cards.
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Haha way more than that, GTX 750 has the same number of CUDA cores as 1030, but the former is running as a Maxwell card.


If anything for core to core, Pascal uplift is about +60% from Maxwell. GT1030 should be able to hit close to 30fps at very high setting. or >60 at medium

The GTX 750 has 512 cuda cores, while the GT 1030 only has 384 cuda cores. I think you confused it with the GT 1040.
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64bit bus is terrible no matter what compression is used
This is clearly not targeted at people who want performance. But it also seems to be lacking the ports needed fot home theatre usage :/


Considering one GPC needing at least 80GB/s to feed its 640 Pascal cores for optimal performance, A 512 cores would need at least 64 GB/s.


However at 48GB/s for GT1030 it is seriously lacking in the Bandwidth department. Had the G5 Vram used is a 8 gbps Samsung/Micron chip, it would have been perfect for 64 bits.
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There were passively cooled 750/750Ti's too though, and they were way better value, even if you didn't really intend on gaming. Now you've got passive GTX 1050Ti's and RX460's too, which will be better value than the GT cards.

when I looked few weeks ago, there's no fanless 1050Ti avaialble for North American markets. It seems to be oscure like China-exclusive cards.
     
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If this is fanless, it will be a good upgrade for my HTPC
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With the memory compression technology of Pascal, 64 bit shouldn't be that big of a problem.
Although the launch price will be $80, once the price drops to $70, the performance should be half of 1050Ti for half the price so not that bad.
Pascal architecture should provide a good increase in performance compared to Kepler.

When memory requirements of games increase, that 64-bit memory bus is going to pose a problem.
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i don't think this card would ever be able play at high resolutions, so i doubt the bandwidth matters a lot.
this is a low-end card on the bottom of Pascal's barrel, its not there to be a competitive card but rather its there to fill up slots.
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