Upcoming HTPC card from Nvidia: GT 520 and GT 530
Not even announced yet a Hong Kong-based add-in board maker AFOX reveals what to be expect from Nvidia for upcoming HTPC segment. Set to be placed under the GTX 550 Ti and maybe priced around $100, the brand new GeForce GT 530 features a GPU clock of 750 MHz, an unknown number of CUDA Cores (supposedly 96) set at 1500 MHz, a 128-bit memory interface, 1GB or 2GB of DDR3 memory @ 1333 MHz (2666 MHz DDR), is equipped with a reasonably-large, single-fan cooler, lacks SLI support, and provides three display output options - D-Sub, DVI and HDMI.
Beside the already revealed GeForce GT 530 we now see signs of life of its little brother, The GeForce GT 520 that uses a new GF119 GPU supposedly packing 48 CUDA cores and 1GB DDR3 memory along with 64 Bit memory interface.
Edit: Nvidia officially has launched the entry level GT 520 in 12th April which is based on GF118 Gpu,other specs are same as previous leaks. It will be priced around 50 USD and holds TDP of maximum 29 watts.
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