The most powerful mobile video card in the world does the job and offers capabilities that are very close to those of its stationary twin
Two weeks had passed since the bomb she had thrown at us NVIDIA With the Mobile GeForce GTX 980 - A mobile version of what used to be the most powerful single-core desktop card until a year ago, with minimal to nil compromise on hardware capabilities and performance. Now, we get a practical illustration of the capabilities of the new card, and it looks very good.
The people at the notebookcheck site, who specialize in processing power Mobile, Received an example of Mobile The Clevo P870DM which will be one of the first on the market based on the shiny new card, and took the opportunity to quickly run on it several key performance tests and also three relatively recent game titles - and the results are in front of you.
As you can see, the site found that the Mobile GTX 980 is capable of delivering performance that is exactly the same as that of a desktop GeForce GTX 980 on a desktop computer that also includes a Core i7-4770K processor - probably because Clevo P870DM It is more compact and compact with a built-in battery and screen, which is based on a processor Core i7-6770K desktop (yes, there are such animals in the upper millennium of the mobile market). However, even with a "regular" quad-core stationary processor, we will probably see the Mobile GTX 980 Provides very similar performance - at least in any software and application where the bottleneck is not due to the processor itself but to the graphics core (which happens in most outlines which require serious graphics processing capabilities).
The performance of the Mobile GTX 980 is still, in most cases, less than that of arrays SLI Of the GTX 980M and GTX 970M cards - but on the other hand they are 20 to 27 percent higher than those of GeForce GTX 980M, while avoiding the infamous Micro-stuttering problems in multi-card arrays using the AFR
While the Mobile GTX 980 itself (or an even crazier array with two of it) will only be part of unique, expensive, massive and extremely rare laptop systems, the very ability to include such powerful hardware in a laptop, and also make it work to its full potential, is not Less than amazing - and we can only hope and guess how this whole field could develop in the coming years, with the arrival of the promising Pascal generation (and the corresponding Arctic Islands from AMD), Memories God-HBM2 Compact and highly improved production process at 16 nanometers.
Until that happens, you are invited to tell us your personal opinion about Mobile GTX 980, And all the mobile gaming platform that grows in general.
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