Nvidia Gt 1030 review and benchmarks

Nvidia has just released a new low-end graphics card, introducing the new GeForce GT 1030 for entry-level and budget-minded users. It’s the latest GPU within Nvidia’s 10 series equipped with the new Pascal architecture, and is priced around ₱3,000 php or $75 us dollars

The GT 1030 provides a little more power than what an integrated graphics processor (IGP) offers and is targeted to those who mainly play less demanding E games such as League of Legends or Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. It’s also useful for 4K home theater setups, since many older IGPs cannot do 4K, this is capable of playing videos at 4k but cannot play games at 4k on 30fps

The single slot GT 1030 from EVGA.
The single slot GT 1030 from EVGA.

The GT 1030 have 2GB of VRAM, a 64-bit memory interface, 384 CUDA cores, and includes ports for HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort. It is a small gpu, it is 4.7 by 6.7 inches makes it easier to fit into any pc case you can find in the market right now. The new Gt 1030 drain 30 watt power, means it doesn’t need much juice, you will not have any trouble on your electrical bill even playing AAA games. Other reference models, like Gigabyte, MSI, Asus, Zotac etc.. have a 1468MHz boost clock speed. However, there are many different SKUs from several manufacturers, some offering fanless passive cooling solutions and higher core clocks.


Dota 2 (high): 102fps

LOL (high): 115fps

CSGO (high): 112fps

Rise Of The Tomraider (low): 41fps

The Division (low): 49fps

Gta 5 (medium): 32fps