NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 GTX released

Posted on Thursday, Oct 12 2006 @ 21:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA has released the new mobile GeForce Go 7950 GTX graphics card.
The 7950 GTX represents a slight update from the existing 7900 model and comes in the same 278-million-transistor package and uses the same 400 MHz RAMDAC. However a core clock speed increase from 500 MHz to 575 MHz and a memory clock that jumps from 600/1200 MHz to 700/1400 MHz allow the GPU to post better performance numbers. According to Nvidia, memory bandwidth climbs from 38.4 GB/s to 44.8 GB/s, while the pixel fill rate increases from 12.0 billion pixels/s to 13.8 billion.

Power consumption remains at 45 watts.


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