WCCF Tech picked up a rumor that the notebook version of NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1060 will be very similar to the desktop version. This is a recent theme in NVIDIA's high-end mobile GPUs, in the past there was a big performance difference versus the desktop parts but the gap has shrunk significantly.
If the information is accurate, the clockspeeds will be the sole difference between the laptop and desktop version of the GeForce GTX 1060. Whereas the deskto ppart has a 1506MHz base and 1709MHz Boost, the laptop versus is expected to have a 1405MHz base and 1671MHz Boost.
“The only difference between the GeForce GTX 1060, for laptops and desktop version, will be reduced core speed. 1405 MHz instead of 1506 MHz in the basic mode, and 1671 MHz instead of 1709 MHz GPU Boost 3.0.”