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Monday, 06 September 2010 09:25

Eurocom rolls out its Nvidia DirectX 11 notebooks

Written by Slobodan Simic


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With GTX 470M and GTX 460M

Beeing one of the early birds, Eurocom has announced the adoption of Nvidia's recently announced Geforce GTX 470M and GTX 460M mobile DirectX 11 graphics cards for its Panther 2.0, Leopard, Cheetah 2.0, Cougar and Panther notebooks.

As noted, both the GTX 470M (288 CUDA Cores) and the GTX 460M (192 CUDA Cores) will now be available with selected Eurocom notebooks. Both of the newly introduced Nvidia GPUs will be available as a single or SLI option and Eurocom will offer these in its Panther 2.0 mobile workstation, X8100 Leopard Mobile Workstation, W800CU Cheetah 2.0, W860CU Cougar and D900F Panther.

You can learn more on Eurocom's website here.

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