The GeForce GT 1010 introduced a year ago was noticed

The GeForce GT 1010 introduced a year ago was noticed for the first time in tests – a third slower than the GT 1030

Officially presented exactly one year ago, the GeForce GT 1010 entry-level graphics card finally prevailed in the graphics test. Information about them was added to the Geekbench database.

Image source: NVIDIA

Image source: NVIDIA

Let’s briefly recall that in January last year NVIDIA tacitly presented the GeForce GT 1010 graphics accelerator, without the manufacturer disclosing the technical characteristics of the graphics card. Its mention was only found on the official NVIDIA driver download page. It was assumed that the GeForce GT 1010 would be distributed through system integrators, but the card was never shown anywhere.

Image source: NVIDIA

Image source: NVIDIA

The only information about the GeForce GT 1010 found in the NVIDIA graphics driver indicated that it was built on top of a Pascal-generation GP108 graphics processor. Today someone published the results of testing a graphics card in the Geekbench benchmark, which confirmed its characteristics.

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The specifications of the graphics card correspond to the assumptions that were already expressed in January last year. As part of the GeForce GT 1010, there are 256 CUDA cores, which means only two of the three streaming multiprocessors are active in it. The card’s graphics chip operates at a frequency of 1468 MHz. It is also equipped with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory with an effective frequency of 6 GHz.

Image source: VideoCardz

Image source: VideoCardz

Considering the characteristics of the GPU in all three Geekbench graphics tests, the GeForce GT 1010 model was, as expected, slower than the GeForce GT 1030. The latter is 35% faster on average.


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