Nvidia have revealed a low-end graphics card designed to be a step up from integrated graphics.
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Graphic card giant Nvidia have revealed a new low-end graphics card. No, you’re not reading that wrong; a low-end graphics card. The GeForce 1030 is designed to be a step up from integrated graphics processor (IGP) and is aimed towards gamers who mainly play games which demand less from their graphics cards such as League of Legends and Counter-Strike.

This isn’t the only use the 1030 has though. It is also capable of 4K, something which is handy as IGPs cannot handle 4K. The 1030 is compact (4.7 x 6.7 inches) and only has a 30 watt power draw. The 1030 is priced at $75 so is direct competition for AMD’s low-end graphics card; the Radeon RX 550 priced at $80.

Will you be grabbing yourself one of these graphics card? Let me know in the comments below, or tweet us @games_bulletin with your thoughts!

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