According to Expreview.com, Nvidia is preparing to launch its newest entry-level Geforce GT 1030 graphics card in order to counter AMD's newly launched Radeon RX 550.
The Geforce GT 1030 is likely to be based on a 14nm GP108 Pascal GPU and pack up to 512 CUDA cores as well as come with up to 2GB of GDDR5 memory on a 128-bit memory interface. The same GPU has been spotted earlier in the AIDA64 list of device IDs.
The new Geforce GT 1030 is meant to replace the aging GT 730 and should get some of the Pascal features, including updated display outputs like the HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort 1.4.
The new GT 1030 probably won't need any additional power as 75W from PCIe slot should be enough and we expect plenty of low-profile as well as passive designs.
According to the same report, the Nvidia Geforce GT 1030 could well launch in mid-May.