Behold, dear readers, at the first glimpse of a custom GT 1030 graphics card. Leaks have began to surface regarding a custom graphics card from KFA2 called the GT 1030 EXOC White. For folks who are unaware: Nvidia’s GT 1030 is heavily rumoured to be the company’s upcoming low-end offering to counter Radeon’s RX 550 graphics card.
When it comes to design, KFA2’s GT 1030 EXOC White is a small form factor graphics card. It doesn’t come with all the ‘bells and whistles’ of its GTX brothers, but that is to be expected with a low-end graphics card. The cooler shroud of the GT 1030 EXOC White, which obviously is white, doesn’t cover the entire length of the graphics card’s PCB (also white).
Interestingly, it’s said that the GT 1030 EXOC White will be equipped with Nvidia’s latest Pascal GPU called the GP108-300 (16nm). Base and boost of the graphics card are rated at 1252MHz and 1506MHz respectively. In addition, the CUDA core count of KFA2’s latest graphics card is 384. In comparison, Radeon’s RX 550 has a boost clock of 1183MHz and stream processor count of 512.
Aside from the design and detailed specifications of KFA2’s GT 1030 EXOC White, information regarding its price and date of availability remains unknown. That said, sources do expect the graphics card to be priced somewhere around €80 (about RM378).