Like rival AMD, Nvidia is promising to deliver full HD multimedia and improved performance (close to 50 percent) over their previous mobile offerings without a leap in power consumption. This is accomplished thanks to a refined variant of their G92 graphics core used on the desktop along with higher core, shader, and memory clock frequencies – detailed specs are available here.
As one would expect, they support PhysX and CUDA technologies as well as Nvidia’s SLI multi-GPU technology and Hybrid SLI to switch to integrated graphics in battery-saving situations. The new chips will be used in systems coming from Asus, Clevo, and MSI with versions of the machines being shown at CeBIT this week.
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