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NVIDIA debuts five 40nm DX10.1 notebook GPUs

Posted on Monday, June 15 2009 @ 21:48:40 CEST by

NVIDIA has introduce five notebook GPUs today, all of them are made on a 40nm process by TSMC and they are the first NVIDIA GPUs to feature DirectX 10.1 support. What makes it even more interesting is that the GTS 250M and GTS 260M models are the first NVIDIA GPUs adopted GDDR5 memory.

The new GPUs replace the GeForce G110M, GT 130M and GTS 160M, while the GeForce GTX 260M and 280M will continue to be the fastest notebook GPUs in NVIDIA's lineup. According to NVIDIA, the new 40nm GPUs have over 100 designs by the end of the year.

Here's a brief overveiw of the new mobile GeForce GPUs:
  • GeForce G210M: 16 stream processors, 625MHz core, 1500MHz shaders, 512MB GDDR3 at 800MHz, 64-bit memory bus, 72 gigaFLOPS, 14W TDP.

  • GeForce GT 230M: 48 stream processors, 500MHz core, 1100MHz shaders, 1GB GDDR3 at 800MHz, 128-bit memory bus, 158 gigaFLOPS, 23W TDP.

  • GeForce GT 240M: 48 stream processors, 550MHz core, 1210MHz shaders, 1GB GDDR3 at 800MHz, 128-bit memory bus, 174 gigaFLOPS, 23W TDP.

  • GeForce GTS 250M: 96 stream processors, 500MHz core, 1250MHz shaders, 1GB GDDR5 at 1600MHz, 128-bit memory bus, 360 gigaFLOPS, 28W TDP.

  • GeForce GTS 260M: 96 stream processors, 550MHz core, 1375MHz shaders, 1GB GDDR5 at 1800MHz, 128-bit memory bus, 396 gigaFLOPS, 38W TDP.



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