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“lol this is dirt” Nvidia alleged to release a GTX 1630 in Late May.

AH... I should think of it more as 16/30 than 1630!  That makes it all a lot clearer!

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On 5/29/2022 at 10:33 AM, porina said:

There is some logic to them, at least it works on mid to high end. Not so sure about the bottom end. For one generation advancement, equivalent performance is roughly 1 to 1.5 tiers lower positionally, for gaming performance at least. For example of cards I've owned, 980 Ti performs about the same as the 1070. 2080 Ti performs about the same as 3070. 1080 Ti performs a bit higher than 2070 (excluding RT games), maybe a 2070S is closer. This does not hold for compute uses where newer generations perform about a tier or more higher than gaming performance alone would indicate.

yeah... but the 16xx cards don't fit in... 

makes it sound like they're stronger than a 1060 or 1070 etc too (higher numbers! ) when they really arent (afaik?)

 

almost like a 3950, but its about as powerful as a 1050ti, but cost 'only' $350... 

 

tldr: its meant to be confusing because 16xx dont even make sense (at these prices...)

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37 minutes ago, Mark Kaine said:

yeah... but the 16xx cards don't fit in... 

makes it sound like they're stronger than a 1060 or 1070 etc too (higher numbers! ) when they really arent (afaik?)

 

almost like a 3950, but its about as powerful as a 1050ti, but cost 'only' $350... 

 

tldr: its meant to be confusing because 16xx dont even make sense (at these prices...)

Again, the naming scheme is very logical. Just not intuitive. 

 

The 16XX series sits between the 10XX and 20XX series if we look at them in a generational sense. Which makes sense since 16 is between 10 and 20.

 

But since this is an XX30 product it is very low end. 

 

 

Newer low end products are not always better than older high end products. 

You can't just blindly look at the whole number and think higher is better. That's not true for any manufacturer, not just Nvidia. 

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Watch them slap some ddr1 69mhz ram into one of the skus, and still call it a gtx 1630,while it is 100x slower,  like they did with the gt1030 and gt730.

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