GeForce GTX 520 Appears: GF119 GPU in the low-end
Well it looks like the last segment of the 500 series on the way out - to pave the way for Kepler in fall/winter
I posted the 530 this week ...now the 520 what's left a 510?


[i]NVIDIA has multiple low-end graphics cards coming, beside the already revealed GeForce GT 530 we now see signs of life from little brother, GeForce GT 520. Te card uses a new GF119 GPU that has been pictured in Asia where we also find a whole lot of specifications, including 48 CUDA cores and 1GB DDR3 memory[/i]

Story at [url="http://www.nordichardware.com/news/71-graphics/42822-geforce-gtx-520-uses-gf119-gpu-in-the-low-end.html"]Nordic Hardware[/url]
Well it looks like the last segment of the 500 series on the way out - to pave the way for Kepler in fall/winter

I posted the 530 this week ...now the 520 what's left a 510?





NVIDIA has multiple low-end graphics cards coming, beside the already revealed GeForce GT 530 we now see signs of life from little brother, GeForce GT 520. Te card uses a new GF119 GPU that has been pictured in Asia where we also find a whole lot of specifications, including 48 CUDA cores and 1GB DDR3 memory



Story at Nordic Hardware



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#1
Posted 04/05/2011 07:44 PM   
Update: release date April 17
http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=949093&mpage=1#949093
Update: release date April 17

http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=949093&mpage=1#949093



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#2
Posted 04/07/2011 02:41 AM   
Sheez! People are bashing too much on this one. I think the coming 500-series entry-level GPUs are perfect for HTPCs, Slim computers and people with 100W PSU and 1.8GHz Intel P4.

Ffs people, it's just a great performer for people who don't want to spend +500$ on a GPU setup...
Sheez! People are bashing too much on this one. I think the coming 500-series entry-level GPUs are perfect for HTPCs, Slim computers and people with 100W PSU and 1.8GHz Intel P4.



Ffs people, it's just a great performer for people who don't want to spend +500$ on a GPU setup...

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#3
Posted 04/08/2011 02:32 PM   
I'm waiting for the gt520 reviews but the HD6450 looks great for HTPCs. big improvement over the HD5450.

http://bit.ly/eJTcbO
I'm waiting for the gt520 reviews but the HD6450 looks great for HTPCs. big improvement over the HD5450.



http://bit.ly/eJTcbO
#4
Posted 04/08/2011 02:37 PM   
[quote name='RuffeDK' date='08 April 2011 - 07:32 AM' timestamp='1302273120' post='1221422']
Sheez! People are bashing too much on this one. I think the coming 500-series entry-level GPUs are perfect for HTPCs
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I'm not so sure RuffeDK. When it comes to small form factors or mobile, AMD Fusion has this market.
[quote name='RuffeDK' date='08 April 2011 - 07:32 AM' timestamp='1302273120' post='1221422']

Sheez! People are bashing too much on this one. I think the coming 500-series entry-level GPUs are perfect for HTPCs





I'm not so sure RuffeDK. When it comes to small form factors or mobile, AMD Fusion has this market.



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#5
Posted 04/08/2011 05:09 PM   
You are right Luke. Fusion is definately going to kick the SFF and mobile market off the launchpad with enough supplies for years.

But for people having and old Dell Inspiron from 1762 with PCI-E 1.1 and $60 budget... I think GT520 could do it.
You are right Luke. Fusion is definately going to kick the SFF and mobile market off the launchpad with enough supplies for years.



But for people having and old Dell Inspiron from 1762 with PCI-E 1.1 and $60 budget... I think GT520 could do it.

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#6
Posted 04/08/2011 09:20 PM   
I think that is a typo in the article's title, because to use GTX to annotate a low-end card is just wrong. Hope there is a low form factor version of this in the future.
I think that is a typo in the article's title, because to use GTX to annotate a low-end card is just wrong. Hope there is a low form factor version of this in the future.

#7
Posted 04/09/2011 02:55 PM   
the 520(GF119) should be 28nm if past info is correct.
the 520(GF119) should be 28nm if past info is correct.







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#8
Posted 04/10/2011 06:55 AM   
no it's not... that info is incorrect
that was part of a incorrect story of Kepler chips

for what I heard TSMC is producing 28nm now(test runs) for Kepler... NVidia should have a few for reference cards and testing
full production of 28nm doesn't come till 4Q (3Q for ATI)

ATI is going to preview the cards in June...talk is NVidia may do the same (or similiar in about the same time frame...maybe August)
basically a paper release and the cards to come out later in the year
no it's not... that info is incorrect

that was part of a incorrect story of Kepler chips



for what I heard TSMC is producing 28nm now(test runs) for Kepler... NVidia should have a few for reference cards and testing

full production of 28nm doesn't come till 4Q (3Q for ATI)



ATI is going to preview the cards in June...talk is NVidia may do the same (or similiar in about the same time frame...maybe August)

basically a paper release and the cards to come out later in the year



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#9
Posted 04/10/2011 05:14 PM   
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