NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX and GTS launched for notebooks

Posted on Monday, Nov 19 2007 @ 19:09 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
NVIDIA has released two new powerful GPUs for the notebook market: the GeForce 8800M GTX and GeForce 8800M GTS.
"I am absolutely amazed by the sheer performance of the new GeForce 8800M GTX-powered notebooks," said Mark Rein, vice president of Epic Games, creators of the game Unreal Tournament 3 and the Unreal Engine 3 game engine. "These next-gen machines run Unreal Tournament 3 fantastically even at HD resolutions of 1920x1200. I'm ordering one!"

Delivering the best performance for both DirectX 10 and DirectX 9, the GeForce 8800M GTX and GeForce 8800M GTS GPUs fill the top enthusiast GPU product positions in the popular NVIDIA GeForce 8M Series product line, continuing the company’s five generations of performance leadership in notebook GPUs. The new GPUs feature NVIDIA’s new, extremely efficient, unified architecture that delivers astounding levels of performance compared to previous generation GPUs.
Notebooks with the new GPUs will soon be available for order from notebook makers worldwide including Alienware, Eurocom, Gateway, and Sager in North America; AIRIS, Chiligreen, Cizmo, Cybersystem, Ergo, Nexoc, Novatech, Plaisio, Rock, and XXODD in Europe; MouseComputer in Japan; and Pioneer Computers in Australia.


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Re: NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX and GTS launched for notebooks
by Anonymous on Tuesday, Nov 20 2007 @ 04:51 CET
And now we find out if Dell is full of hot air in having "upgradeable" graphics in the XPS series.

I bet the 1710/1730 never see an upgrade card to the 8800m. Makes ya think twice about what they charge for those puppies, doesn't it?