Power desktop graphics cards and low power consumption for mobile GPU GeForce GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080 Nvidia. Here are all the features.
Nvidia has renewed its family of graphics processors for notebook presenting solutions GeForce GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080. All three models are based on the architecture and Pascal are not accompanied by the traditional “M” suffix used in the past: it is products that follow the technical specifications of counterparties for desktop PC.
Nvidia has embarked on this path with the GTX 980 notebook, identical to the GTX 980. To facilitate the expansion of this approach to architecture improvements, which allow for high performance and fuel economy and lower temperatures, and the transition to a lower production process , shared in this progress.
The mobile GPU GeForce GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080 are all “VR-ready” and according to Nvidia achieve similar performance to the desktop counterparts, delivering up to 76% more than their predecessors based architecture Maxwell. The GPU (GP104 / GP106) are made with 16-nanometer FinFET process at TSMC.
Nvidia has been vague on the TDP, emphasizing that may differ according to different implementations of OEMs. What we can be sure is that the TDP is lower than that of the desktop versions, as these GPUs must operate within a notebook, with all the limitations that this entails.
Although the basic frequencies of these solutions are lower than desktop proposals, the overclocking potential should be similar. For example, we got an increase of 225 MHz clock based on GTX 1080 in a laptop with Doom running. OEMs also can act as they wish on the GPU and this, most likely, will allow the arrival on the factory overclocked notebook market.
Best GPU for superior screens
According to Nvidia the great Pascal architecture increased performance enables laptops with 1080 GTX to ensure playable performance on 4K screens with high quality settings. Manufacturers can also carry notebooks with 1080p panels at 120 Hz. Previously users had to connect an external monitor via DisplayPort to have 120 Hz, but now you do not need. In addition, products will be available with 1440p screens and 120 Hz. The new GPU for Nvidia notebook also support the G-Sync, a feature that then we will find on various portable gaming.