Nvidia’s delayed GTX 1630 budget graphics card could be out in a matter of days
Nvidia’s alleged upcoming GeForce GTX 1630, a graphics card for the entry-level market, is now set to debut on June 28, according to the latest from the rumor mill.
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of a release date for the GTX 1630, and in fact it represents the third date put forward via GPU Grapevine. To begin with, this budget graphics card was scheduled to launch on May 31, before the sale date was pushed to June 15.
Apparently, the GTX 1630 didn’t appear and go in mid-June, and now the latest word is that it will finally appear on June 28, in a matter of days, as VideoCardz. (opens in new tab) Report. Its source is IT Home (opens in new tab)Tech site pulling information from Chinese board channel forum (opens in new tab)Where the colorful GTX 1630 model is mentioned as shipping in readiness for a June 28th sale date – meaning the cards will actually be on shelves for purchase then (and not just unveiled).
Naturally, take all of this with great caution, as the previous two rumored release dates clearly indicate — judging by what actually happened, we’re feeling particularly skeptical about whether the third Bar lucky will come here with speculations.
Analysis: Release It Already, Nvidia (If Actually It’s GPU Inbound)
If nothing else, hopefully this is a sign that the GTX 1630 is still on the way, as we look forward to seeing what Nvidia can do with this low-end model. Even though previous rumors about it have been lukewarm in terms of the alleged fantasy, and how fanciful it can be.
From what we’ve heard so far, synthetic benchmark performance shows the 1630 lagging behind the GTX 1050 Ti, and there’s a lot of doubt about how attractive this product can be—until Nvidia really slashes the price. And maybe those expectations have something to do with these delays.
Alternatively, 1630 may not be a high priority project for Team Green, and is being moved around as a result. Could the GTX 1630 be another rumored graphics card that could be canceled? Well, these can clearly point to that many slippery – and general reception to principled glasses – that. Or the rumor mill could be completely shut down with this card (though that seems unlikely, as it keeps popping up on the release radar).
Hopefully next week, we’ll finally see the GTX 1630, if nothing else we can find out the actual specs, and whether they match up with that ‘GTX’ branding – something that’s always been associated with gaming, something Which is more likely to be installed in the likes of home theater PCs.