It's been a long time coming for the mobile GPU sector of the market, and finally the wait is over. For those of you who are big on powerful gaming notebooks, you'll be excited to know NVIDIA have just officially launched their new 8800M series of notebook GPUs.
Up until now, the pre-gen "GeForce Go 7950 GTX" was as good as it got for gaming performance; it was in fact faster than the more recent 8600M GT and 8700M GT mobile GPUs.
The new 8800M series fixes that problem though. The lineup comprises two models on a 256-bit bus, the GTX and GTS. Clockspeeds are said to be identical on both with the core clock operating at 500MHz, shader clock at 1250MHz and memory clock 800MHz. However, the GTX sports 96 stream processors whilst the GTS has 64 to play with. Both are derived from G92 which the desktop 8800GT card uses.
There's a few reviews out there looking at these new mobile GPU parts, you can find them here :-
NVIDIA's official press announcement can also be found here.
SANTA CLARA, CA-November 19, 2007-This holiday season a new era of PC games, featuring advanced new graphics effects, will immerse gamers in cinematic realism like never before. Games like Crysis, Unreal Tournament 3, and Call of Duty 4 are sure bets to be at the top of the holiday gift list for the significant gamer in your life. And to supply the best visual experience when playing these new games, a new generation of notebook PCs equipped with ultra-modern GPUs (graphics processing units), such as the just-released GeForce® 8800M notebook GPUs from NVIDIA, will soon be available for order from notebook makers.
The new NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX and GeForce 8800M GTS score the highest on industry-standard benchmarks for GPUs in their class and are the perfect complement for the new generation of DirectX 10 games for the gamer on the go.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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