Mobile flagship of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M family Maxwell is expected in October

At the moment the best solutions in the product line of NVIDIA for laptops are a series GeForce GTX 880M, whose GPU built on the already outdated architecture of Kepler. However, coming fall all fans of gaming laptops and mobile workstations may be in for a surprise in the face of the new flagship of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M with the advanced architecture Maxwell, official release which, according to the network, you should expect approximately in October. The basis of this accelerator is likely to be the mobile version of the chip GM204.
Mobile flagship of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M family Maxwell is expected in October
Thus, if the information is correct, gaming and professional users, who prefer laptops desktop PCs, it can hope to buy a mobile computer with a very powerful discrete graphics, whose performance should be quite enough for complex and demanding tasks. Unfortunately, the technical details about the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M not yet known, but in the communications network of the sources mentioned several models of mobile GeForce series 900, including GT 940M, GTX 950M, GTX 960M, GTX 970M and GTX 975M.

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