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NVIDIA ready up new family of mobile GPUs

GeForce 100M series raises the bar

| Posted: Jan 9, 2009 6:05 am

NVIDIA has posted up a media alert on their website which indicates the imminent launch of a new series of GPUs for notebooks at CES today.

 

NVIDIA ready up new family of mobile GPUs

 

Dubbed the GeForce 100M series, this includes the G105M, G110M and GT 130M GPUs which are said to offer significant performance improvements over their predecessors. The G105M is over 55% quicker than the 9300M GS it replaces and features 8 shader cores, whilst the G110M takes over the reigns from the 9500M GS and features 16 shader cores; said to be around 35% faster.

 

NVIDIA ready up new family of mobile GPUs

 

The top-end GT 130M is the successor to the 9600M GT / 9650M GT graphics adapter and features 32 shader cores. This GPU also carries PureVideo HD support. NVIDIA claim a performance boost of around 17% over the 96xxM series.

 

The new series of GPUs should be making their way into notebooks by late feb/early March.

 

Further info can now be read here.

 


NVIDIA is pushing the pace for graphics performance in mainstream notebooks with the announcement of the GeForce 100M Series of graphics processing units (GPUs). The NVIDIA® GeForce® 100M Series, which includes the GeForce G105M, the GeForce G110M and the GeForce GT 130M GPUs, meets the performance demands of today's visual computing applications. Whether you're viewing or editing photos, finding directions, playing a game, or watching a high definition movie, an NVIDIA GeForce 100M Series GPU makes your notebook run silky smooth, with amazing visuals.

 

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