NVIDIA closes the year by unveiling the specifications of its upcoming GeForce 300M series graphics cards for notebooks, you can check it out over here. The GeForce 310M and GeForce 305M have been added to the mainstream segment, the GeForce GT 335M, GeForce GT 330M and GeForce GT 325M join the performance segment and the GeForce GTS 360M and GeForce GTS 350M have been added to the high-performance segment. There's no new enthusiast model though, this segment continues to be ruled by the GeForce GTX 280M and GeForce GTX 260M.
None of the seven new GeForce 300M GPUs are based on the upcoming Fermi architecture, it's kinda embarrassing for NVIDIA that these chips are still limited to DirectX 10 while ATI will soon unveil the first notebook GPUs with DirectX 11 support.
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Re: NVIDIA reveals specifications of seven DX10 GeForce 300M series by Anonymous on Thursday, December 31 2009 @ 23:44:42 CET
Shameful rebranding really.
256 bit memory interfaces and DDR3 are still the only way these chips fly.
In 2010, AMD is going to eat Nvidia alive in the mobile segment. Why? Because Nvidia wouldn't bother rebranding these chips if they had DX11 mobile chips 6 months away, as they claim to have.
Realistically Fermi based mobile chips won't happen till 2011, if even then.
Time for AMD to serve a dish to Nvidia that is best served cold :)