A new unnamed NVIDIA Graphics card has been spotted on the UserBenchmark website titled “Nvidia Graphics Device” with a device code of “10DE 1E34”. This mysterious card from NVIDIA is quite powerful and has delivered quite impressive scores. The card had an average effective 3D speed bench score of 139%. To compare, the GeForce RTX 2070 has a score of 131%, the RTX 2080 has a score of 147% while AMD’s flagship GPU, the Radeon VII scored 143%. The 3D speed bench score of 139% puts this card at the 10th position amongst the 611 GPUs listed on the site.
It’s quite hard to infer which card this could be from the details present on the site. The release date mentioned is of Q2 2019, which is quite close to when the GeForce GTX 1650 is expected to release. But after looking at scores, it can be safely said that it’s neither the GTX 1650 nor the Ti version of the same card as even the GTX 1660 Ti was able to score only 91.4%.
Another thing mentioned about the card is the memory. The GPU has been listed to have 7.5 GB of VRAM which is less than what GeForce RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 offer. (8GB)
There were rumors floating around earlier about a GeForce RTX 2070 Ti based on a post from GIGABYTE that mentioned an Aurous RTX 2070 Ti. These rumors were, however, debunked by the company as a simple typo. But this unnamed card, with its specs and scores, fits right in the performance bracket of what we would expect from the RTX 2070 Ti if it ever actually launches.
This is a very interesting and surprising development in the GPU market, users would love a new card between the RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 and if the release date mentioned on the site is correct, we will get to know more about this mysterious GPU very soon.
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