GeForce GT 1030 DDR4 

First seen on September, 2018

The memory modules feature an aggressively styled anodized aluminum heat spreader which helps dissipate heat more effectively while the memory stick uses a full black PCB which looks great from an aesthetic point of view.
by hassan-mujtaba (Jun, 2014)
They feature a maximum bandwidth of 24 GB/s delivering improved system performance and responsiveness since the processor can access data faster and delivers up to 40 percent more efficiency compared to standard DDR3 memory type.
by hassan-mujtaba (Jun, 2014)

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4K performance when you can spend at least $1.3K

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In Project Cars you can expect never to see less than 40fps with everything cranked to maximum and if you invested in Titan X's you can even enable DS2X AntiAliasing for double the resolution, before down sampling.

DisplayPort gets 4K video via USB Type-C

by Fuad Abazovic |
USB 3.1 with USB Type-C connector will solve this problem as it is reversible and today the Video Electronics Standards Association VESA announced that the USB Type-C connector is getting DisplayPort support.
Early implementations of DisplayPort Alt Mode USB Type-C devices will likely use existing DisplayPort 1.2a capabilities that support up to 5.4Gbps per lane.
Update: Over friends over at Ocaholic have posted an unboxing of the Ripjaws IV memory kits and taken some beautiful shots of the new DDR4 memory solution from G.Skill.
The heatsink has a nice touch to it and will be compatible with most coolers since height isn’t an issue.

NVIDIA Kepler Cards Get HDMI 4K@60Hz Support (Kind Of)

by Ryan Smith |
But while this works well for video it also only works well for video; for desktop workloads it significantly degrades the image as the color information needed to drive subpixel-accurate text and GUIs is lost.
Lacking the available bandwidth to fully support 4K@60Hz until the arrival of HDMI 2.0, the latest crop of 4K TVs such as the Sony XBR 55X900A and Samsung UE40HU6900 have implemented what amounts to a lower image quality mode that allows for a 4K@60Hz signal to fit within HDMI 1.4’s 8.16Gbps bandwidth limit.

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GPU brand Nvidia
Is dual GPU No
Reference card None
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