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AMD Radeon 680M vs NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030

We compared a Integrated graphics card GPU: 0System Shared VRAM Radeon 680M and a Desktop platform GPU: 2GB VRAM GeForce GT 1030 to see which GPU has better performance in key specifications, benchmark tests, power consumption, etc.

Main Differences

AMD Radeon 680M 's Advantages
Released 4 years and 8 months late
Boost Clock has increased by 50% (2200MHz vs 1468MHz)
384 additional rendering cores
NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030 's Advantages
Lower TDP (30W vs 50W)

Score

Benchmark

FP32 (float)
Radeon 680M +199%
3.379 TFLOPS
GeForce GT 1030
1.127 TFLOPS
3DMark Time Spy
Radeon 680M +114%
2325
GeForce GT 1030
1083
VS

Graphics Card

Jan 2022
Release Date
May 2017
Navi II IGP
Generation
GeForce 10
Integrated
Type
Desktop
PCIe 4.0 x8
Bus Interface
PCIe 3.0 x4

Clock Speeds

2000 MHz
Base Clock
1228 MHz
2200 MHz
Boost Clock
1468 MHz
System Shared
Memory Clock
1502 MHz

Memory

System Shared
Memory Size
2GB
System Shared
Memory Type
GDDR5
System Shared
Memory Bus
64bit
System Dependent
Bandwidth
48.06GB/s

Render Config

-
SM Count
3
12
Compute Units
-
768
Shading Units
384
48
TMUs
24
32
ROPs
16
-
Tensor Cores
-
12
RT Cores
-
128 KB per Array
L1 Cache
48 KB (per SM)
2 MB
L2 Cache
512 KB

Theoretical Performance

70.40 GPixel/s
Pixel Rate
23.49 GPixel/s
105.6 GTexel/s
Texture Rate
35.23 GTexel/s
6.758 TFLOPS
FP16 (half)
17.62 GFLOPS
3.379 TFLOPS
FP32 (float)
1127 GFLOPS
211.2 GFLOPS
FP64 (double)
35.23 GFLOPS

Graphics Processor

Rembrandt
GPU Name
GP108
-
GPU Variant
GP108-300-A1
RDNA 2.0
Architecture
Pascal
TSMC
Foundry
Samsung
6 nm
Process Size
14 nm
13.1 billion
Transistors
1.8 billion
208 mm²
Die Size
74 mm²

Board Design

50W
TDP
30W
-
Suggested PSU
200 W
Portable Device Dependent
Outputs
1x DVI 1x HDMI 2.0
None
Power Connectors
None

Graphics Features

12 Ultimate (12_2)
DirectX
12 (12_1)
4.6
OpenGL
4.6
2.0
OpenCL
3.0
1.3
Vulkan
1.3
-
CUDA
6.1
6.7
Shader Model
6.4

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