FUD Zilla has the specifications of the upcoming GeForce GTX 160M notebook GPU from NVIDIA. This is yet another part based on the 55nm G92b, it should be about 30-40 percent faster than the GeForce 9700M GT. It will be launched at CeBIT next week, together with two other G92b based notebook GPUs; the GeForce GTX 260M and GeForce GTX 280M.
The slowest of three chips, Geforce GTX 160M, is based on the same G92b 55nm chip, it has 64 shaders and it runs at 600MHz. The shader domain runs at 1500MHz, while the chip has 1GB of GDDR3 256-bit memory at 800MHz.
It scores 288 Gigaflops which is almost exactly two times less than the GTX 280M. The slowest of two chips supports SLI, Hybrid Power, Cuda, PhysX and it also debuts next week at Cebit.