|GPU||SPs||Core clock||SP clock||Max. memory||Mem. clock||Mem. type||Mem. interface|
|GeForce GTX 470M||288||535 MHz||1100 MHz||1 GB||1250 MHz||GDDR5||192-bit|
|GeForce GTX 460M||192||675 MHz||1350 MHz||1 GB||1250 MHz||GDDR5||192-bit|
|GeForce GT 445M||144||590 MHz||1180 MHz||1 GB||800/1250 MHz||GDDR3/GDDR5||128/192-bit|
|GeForce GT 435M||96||650 MHz||1300 MHz||1 GB||800 MHz||GDDR3||128-bit|
|GeForce GT 425M||96||560 MHz||1120 MHz||1 GB||800 MHz||GDDR3||128-bit|
|GeForce GT 420M||96||500 MHz||1000 MHz||512 MB||800 MHz||GDDR3||128-bit|
|GeForce GT 415M||48||500 MHz||1000 MHz||512 MB||800 MHz||GDDR3||128-bit|
The table above contains some key specs revealed by Nvidia for its 400M GPUs. They made no mention of things like TDPs, die sizes, GPU code-names or price. However, looking at the specs and press shots shared by the company it looks like at least three different GPUs were used: The GTX 470M is apparently based on the GF104 chip that powers GTX 460 desktop cards, the GTX 460M and GTX 445M are likely GF106 products, and the remaining four could be GF108 based. Interestingly, Nvidia still hasn't released any GF106 or GF108 parts on the desktop, but they can't be far off.
The cards will be offered immediately through PC makers including Dell, Lenovo, Samsung, Toshiba, Acer and Asus -- the latter two will also have notebooks with 120Hz displays and stereoscopic goggles for 3D gaming and 3D Blu-ray content.