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NVIDIA has finally caught up with its mobile GPUs – releases NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 for notebooks

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The day has come. NVIDIA has just released its latest mobile GPU that’s 35% faster than the current most powerful mobile graphics card – GeForce GTX 980M. Interestingly, the company has named the GPU NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 because it wants to imply that the laptop-class GPU performs just as well as the desktop-class variant. All of its specs are identical to the ones found on the desktop-class GPU.

Below you can see some results published on the web by PCWorld and Eurogamer that confirm the initial claims of NVIDIA. And no wonder! The notebook-class GPU has 2048 CUDA cores, 128 texture mapping units and 64 raster operation units, while the 980M has 1536 CUDA cores, 96 texture mapping units, and 64 ROPs. The clocks of the GPU are identical to the desktop-class 980 too – 1126 – 1218 MHz. Speaking of the GPU, the graphics card integrates the same GPU used inside the “big” GTX 980 – GM204. Not only that, but the memory remains 8GB GDDR5, 256-bit bus clocked at 1753 MHz (7.0 GHz is the effective and the 980M also had 5.0 GHz and 4GB GDDR5 VRAM).

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However, the best part is that the GPU will be unlocked for overclocking going up to 1400 MHz, but the TDP goes between 125 and 150W as well, which is rather impressive to be honest. The graphics card will be available in SLI configurations in the near future and it will be interesting to see how the cooling will be done to support the system.

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Specs sheet

GTX 980 (notebook version)GTX 980M
GPUGM204GM204
CUDA cores20481536
Texture units12896
ROPs6464
Clock speed1064 – 1218 MHz with full OC support1038 MHz
Memory8GB GDDR54GB GDDR5
Memory bus256-bit256-bit
Memory frequency7008 MHz5000 MHz
TDP125-150W125W