Rumor: Nvidia GTX 980MX and 970MX comes with laptops

Jan

19

2016

Nvidia would plan to release in the second half of 2016 the successors of the GeForce 980M and 970M for laptops. These would still be based on the GM204, but get better specifications than its predecessors.

The GeForce 980MX and 970MX will replace the current Geforce-top models for laptops in the second half of 2016, will be reported by the South Korean Hwbattle, recently including the arrival of the Polaris name of AMD GPUs properly brought out .

When GeForce 980MX gets on the Maxwell-architecture-based GPU 1664 Cuda cores, where it is the 980M with 1536 cores. At the 970MX would amount to 1408 cores, while the current 970M has 1280 cores. The clock speeds would fall slightly. The most powerful GPU for laptops remain the laptop version of the GTX 980.

This year, AMD brings its energy efficient Polaris APUs out, including laptops. Maybe go these graphics chips with 14nm-FinFET-tranistors compete with the GTX 980MX and 970MX, should they actually appear.
Mobile GeForce line
Model GeForce GTX 980 Laptop Version GeForce GTX 980MX (rumor) GeForce GTX 980M GeForce GTX 970MX (Rumor) GeForce GTX 970M GeForce GTX 965m GeForce GTX 960m
Architecture Maxwell Maxwell Maxwell Maxwell Maxwell Maxwell Maxwell
Gpu GM204 GM204 GM204 GM204 GM204 GM204 GM107
Cuda cores 2048 1664 1536 1408 1280 1024 640
Texture units 128 104 96 88 80 64 40
RoP 64 64 64 56 48 32 16
Kloksn. 1218 MHz 1048 MHz 1038 MHz 941 MHz 924 MHz 950 MHz 1097 MHz
Memory Interface 256 bits 256 bits 256 bits 192 bit 192 bit 128 bit 128 bit
Memory Amount 8 GB GDDR5 Eight quarters GB GDDR5 Eight quarters GB GDDR5 Three sixths GB GDDR5 Three sixths GB GDDR5 4GB GDDR5 4GB GDDR5
Kloksn memory. 7008 MHz 5 000 MHz 5 000 MHz 5 000 MHz 5 000 MHz 5 000 MHz 5 000 MHz
Bandwidth 224 GB / s 160 GB / s 160 GB / s 120 GB / s 120 GB / s 80 GB / s 80 GB / s
TDP around 150W 125W 125W 100W 100W 90W 75W

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