NVIDIA is working on a new low-end graphics card that will be positioned as the most modest of the 1600 line. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1630, a model based on the Turing GPU architecture that integrates, for example, the already modest GeForce GTX 1650, but trimmed down to lower costs.
Therefore, according to the leaked data, we would be facing a Turing TU117-150 GPU, located below the TU117-300 of the GTX 1650, which will arrive with 512 CUDA Cores and a 64-bit memory interface on which 4 GB of GDDR6 memory at 12,000 Mbps are located, so we will have 96 GB/s of bandwidth.
The 512 CUDA Cores will run at 1,800 MHz and it will have a TDP of 75W, so it can only be powered from the PCI Express x16 slot.
The leaks speak of a release for the May 31, in full Computex, although being a low-end model we do not expect a great presentation event either. This type of graphics is usually used in low-power systems that want to have a little more graphics acceleration, or for computers that do not have integrated graphics.
Recently, in the midst of a GPU stock shortage crisis, the prices and popularity of modest models such as the GT1030 skyrocketed, since they were the only graphics cards with enough availability.