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NVIDIA Kepler inside new Apple MacBook Pro?

Posted on Monday, June 11 2012 @ 15:58:43 CEST by


Hexus reports leaked images suggest that Apple's upcoming MacBook Pro laptops will feature NVIDIA's GeForce GT 650M "Kepler" GPU. Perhaps we'll know for sure if Apple launches the new MacBook Pro at its WWDC later today.
With Intel launching mobile Ivy Bridge processors at the end of last month, no doubt Apple is eagerly waiting to make use of Ivy Bridge's power-savings and improved integrated graphics for its entry-level products. If it's to be a refresh then, it needs to be a significant one, with products further up the chain featuring a new GPU.

Leaked images are suggesting that the next MacBook Pro will be making the transition away from AMD and back to NVIDIA, with it looking like the MacBook Pro will feature the firm's GeForce GT 650M Kepler GPU, benchmarking around AMD's Radeon HD 7770M, offering up a 55 per cent performance increase over the current model.




 



 

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