Nvidia takes GT200 architecture to notebooks

By Jos
Jun 15, 2009
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  1. Nvidia has announced five new additions to its GeForce 200M series, which the company claims round out its mobile graphics lineup with up to twice the performance and half the power consumption of previous chips. While existing GeForce GTX 280M and GTX 260M chips remain at higher end of the spectrum, the new parts are Nvidia’s first to be built on a 40nm process and unlike the latter two, which feature a rebranded version of the G92, these latest mobile offerings are derived from the same GT200 architecture seen in GTX 200 desktop cards.

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  2. LinkedKube

    LinkedKube TechSpot Project Baby Posts: 4,264   +41

    Hmm I want one.
  3. Captain828

    Captain828 TechSpot Guru Posts: 277

    GT200 my ***. It's still G92 based, just that they've made some more tweaks this time.

    When I'll see >192SPs in their GPUs that's when I would call them GT200. Also, 128SP is from way back in the 8800M days.
    GDDR5 seems nice, since it should eat less watts, but any idea about mem frequency?
  4. These new nVidia updates won't be for a while. I am getting amazing benchmarks from the current 260m and 280m GPU's.

    http://www.lpc-digital.com/
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