COMPUTEX Taipei 2011: NVIDIA have refreshed their notebook graphics by introducing the GeForce GTX560M. Dubbed as a no-compromise DX11 1080p gaming solution, could we finally be seeing the day where notebooks will be capable of 1080p gaming at decent frame rates? The GPU includes NVIDIA's staple high-end features such as DX11, PhysX tech, support for 3D Vision and SLI and of course Optimus technology on gaming notebooks from Toshiba and Alienware.
Most notebook manufacturers will pump the 560M now, including ASUS, Alienware, MSI and Toshiba. Be sure to check the link out as there's a competition running where you could win an ASUS G74sx GeForce GTX 560M-powered 3D gaming notebook!
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