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Tuesday, 28 June 2011 09:08

Nvidia shows off GTX 580M in SLI

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Really not something you need for Excel
Nvidia has leaked a video showing one of its latest mobile GPUs in some Crysis 2 SLI action.

Although the company has not revealed the details, we are apparently looking at a dual GTX 580M setup on a beastly Clevo 17-incher. The GTX 580M packs 384 cores and it is clocked at 620MHz/1240MHz. The memory clock stands at 1500MHz, it uses a 256-bit bus and bandwidth is rated at 96GB/s. Basically, we are looking at the fastest mobile gaming GPU around.

In addition, Nvidia will also introduce the GTX 570M, which boasts impressive performance as well. It has 336 cores and it’s clocked at 535MHz/1070MHz. Memory speed, bus and bandwidth are the same as on the GTX 580M.

There is still no word on TDPs or pricing, but these GPUs are clearly aimed at high-end gaming laptops, i.e. very pricey and heavy designs.

Nvidia is expected to launch the GTX 580M and GTX 570M shortly, the rumor mill says sometime next week. You can check out the video after the break.

Last modified on Tuesday, 28 June 2011 09:12

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