For the acquisition or extraction of cryptocurrencies, graphics cards are still often used, which are intended for playing the most graphically demanding games. Nvidia is making record profits, while its main target group, gamers, don’t even have the option of buying a graphics card, at least not at retail. As a result, Nvidia is trying to reach out to users by producing less powerful graphics cards. One of them is undoubtedly the latest GeForce GT 1010.
The GeForce GT 1010 graphics card is based on the GP108 graphics core, which was introduced back in 2017 in conjunction with the GeForce GT 1030 graphics card. However, in this case, it’s a slightly weaker version of the GP108 core. That is, it has 256 processor cores available to convert graphics content instead of the 384. The GPU operates at a frequency of 1,228 MHz and 1,468 MHz along with 2 GB of GDDR5 system memory.
With the new GeForce GT 1010 graphics card, the graphics processor and memory are connected via a 64-bit bus. The novelty when fully loaded consumes only 30 watts of electrical energy. This means that it does not require additional energy to operate. Although the GeForce GT 1010 graphics card will not be able to cope with the most demanding tasks, it will undoubtedly please fans of indulgent games at least.