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|Author:||Bloody [ 22 Mar 2012, 19:14 ]|
|Post subject:||Specifications of the new Mobile GeForce Series 600 GPUs|
Nvidia has announced the new Series 600 mobile Kepler and Fermi GPUs. Here is a bit more details about what the new Series 600 mobile GPUs from Nvidia will be, the top two high-end models GeForce GTX 675M, GeForce GTX 670M all be based on a revised Fermi architecture, so no Kepler here unfortunately and the bit slower GeForce GTX 660M will be the highest-end mobile Kepler product for now. We'll probably have to wait some more for a really high-end model, probably 680M to be released, hopefully based on the new Kepler architecture...
Moving on to GeForce GT 650M and GeForce GT 640M, GeForce GT 640M LE and GeForce GT 635M. The GT 650M and 640M are based on the 28nm Kepler architecture, while GT 640M LE will apparently have a Fermi and a Kepler version making it more confusing for the users while the GT 635M will be a Fermi-based chip. Looking at the specs of the GeForce GT 650M and GeForce GT 640M they seem to be not that much lower compared than the higher-end models above.
And with the lower-end products GeForce GT 630M and GeForce GT 620M we can see something else interesting – they are both based on Fermi architecture, but the GT 630M will have a 28 and 40 nm versions while the GT 620M will be only available in a 28 nm chip. This simply means further reduced power consumption and thus heat dissipation,while at the same time the performance should not be that low... unfortunately according to Nvidia the GT 620M will not be supporting 3D Vision or 3DTV Play along with the GT 610M.
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