NVIDIA GeForce GT 1010 appeared in Chinese markets

Previously, the Nvidia GeForce GT 1010 appeared in the Geekbench benchmark. GeForce GT 1010 and GeForce GT 1030 both use GP108 but only have 256 CUDA cores, which means that only two sets of the original three sets of SMs are enabled, and the PCIe 3.0 x4 interface is used.
In fact, the NVIDIA GeForce GT 1010 appeared about a year ago. However, in addition to the driver list on NVIDIA’s official website, neither NVIDIA’s board partners nor OEM manufacturers can see the trace of this graphics card. Although there is no more news, the GeForce GT 1010 has recently appeared in Chinese markets, the price is $70. This graphics card is an OEM product from Lenovo and comes with an HDMI port and a VGA port. Its base clock is 1228MHz, and its boost clock is still 1468MHz. It is equipped with 2GB of GDDR5 memory, and it is said to have a TDP of 30W. It does not require an external power interface.

The previous Geekbench benchmark results were also unsurprising, with the GeForce GT 1030 running an average of about 35% faster than the GeForce GT 1010 in each of the lower specs. I believe that this very low-parameter graphics card will be difficult for most consumers to see even if it is launched on the market, and it will not be of much help to solve the GPU supply shortage.