As noted, EVGA decided to launch three GT 1030 graphics cards, all of which share the same specifications. Based on the GP108 Pascal GPU, the Geforce GT 1030 packs 384 CUDA cores, 24 TMUs and 16 ROPs. All three GT 1030s from EVGA work at a base clock of 1290MHz with 1544MHz GPU boost clock while 2GB of GDDR5 memory on a 64-bit memory interface ended up clocked at reference 6008MHz.
The two low-profile graphics cards from EVGA, EVGA GeForce GT 1030 SC Low Profile and the EVGA GeForce GT 1030 SC Passive Low Profile, use a low profile PCB and come bundled with a low profile bracket, in case you want to stuff them in a small HTPC PC case. Both of them also feature DVI-D and HDMI outputs. The standard low-profile version is cooled by a small fan and heatsink while the Passive version has a somewhat thicker heatsink, but both take 1.5-slots.
The odd, but certainly an interesting member, is the EVGA GeForce GT 1030 SC Single Slot, which uses a full-size PCB and is also cooled by a heatsink+fan combination. What makes this one interesting is the fact that it uses a single-slot, which should appeal to some users as well. The Single Slot version comes with two DVI-D display outputs.
Currently, EVGA only lists the standard low-profile version for US $79.99 with an instant rebate of US $5, leaving it at US $74.99. The other two versions are "coming soon".