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Monday, 01 April 2013 20:06

Nvidia announces five new Geforce 700M GPUs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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With GPU Boost 2.0 technology

Nvidia has officially announced five new mobile GPUs that will be a part of the Geforce 700M series. All five new GPUs will feature Nvidia GPU Boost 2.0, Optimus and Nvidia Geforce Experience technologies.

The new lineup of Geforce 700M mobile GPU series will now include Geforce GT 750M, GT 745M and Geforce GT 740M as a part of the performance segment as well as the Geforce GT 735M and the Geforce GT 720M for the mainstream segment.

Unfortunately, Nvidia's did not list any precise specifications on its website but Anandtech.com managed to dig out some info. According to Anand, the Geforce GT 750 is either based on 28nm GK107 or GK106, features 384 CUDA cores, works at 967MHz GPU clock plus Boost and features up to 2GB of GDDR5/DDR3 memory clocked at up to 5.0GHz and paired up with a 128-bit memory interface.

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The GT 745M and the GT 740M are pretty much the same as both are based on the 28nm GK107 GPU with 384 CUDA cores. Both can be equipped with up to 2GB of GDDR5/DDR3 memory clocked at up to 5.0GHz and paired up with a 128-bit memory interface. The Geforce GT 745M works at up to 837MHz plus Boost for the GPU while the Geforce GT 740M works at up to 980MHz plus Boost. It is not clear how GT 740M ends up clocked higher than the GT 745M but it might have something to do with the maximum Boost.

The mainstream lineup includes the Geforce GT 735M and the Geforce 720M, as well as two other GPUs that Nvidia did not mention officially, the Geforce GT 730M and the Geforce 710M. The Geforce GT 735M and the Geforce GT 730M are both based on the 28n GK208 GPU, feature 384 CUDA cores and have an effective memory clock of 2GHz. Both come with up to 2GB of DDR3 memory paired up with a 64-bit memory interface. The Geforce GT 735M works at up 889MHz plus Boost while the GT 730M works at up to 719MHz plust Boost.

The Geforce GT 720M and the Geforce 710M are both based on 28nm Fermi GPU and feature 96 CUDA cores. They both feature up to 2GB of DDR3 memory paired up with a 64-bit memory interface. The Geforce GT 720M works at 938MHz plus Boost for the GPU while memory ended up at up to 2GHz. The Geforce 710M works at up to 800MHz plus Boost for the GPU while memory will be clocked at up to 1.8GHz.

Nvidia revealed a neat slide that puts the most of its new lineup against Intel's HD 4000 IGP. Nvidia also claims that its new Geforce 700M series paired up with Geforce Experience can be used to play ten top 2012 games at optimal settings.

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The availability is most likely expected once Intel launches its Haswell CPUs which is expected sometimes later in Q2 2013.


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