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GeForce GTX 965M video card with improved performance on the way

New evidence suggests that the mobile gaming model of Will receive an addition Oh, soon

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The website notebookcheck reports, Based on an anonymous source that NVIDIA is preparing a new variation for The GeForce GTX 965M card The laptop, which may carry the exact same model name - or might be called the GTX 965M Ti, similar For GTX 960 Ti Which is also on the way to the stores.

Other improvements to the manufacturing process are likely to allow the new version to become a reality - the GTX 965M Ti will still be based on the same GM204 core as its predecessor, with the same number of processing units, but the difference will be a maximum operating frequency in Turbo Boost mode of about 1,151MHz, Compared to only 950MHz today. This means an addition of nearly 20 percent to performance, probably unchanged in the chip's thermal shell.

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The current version offers very conservative operating frequencies in relation to what we have been accustomed to getting from cores 2.0 - and there seems to be room for a leap forward

Given that the GTX 965M is already a bad choice today in terms of cost-effectiveness for mobile gaming - we would certainly be happy to see another significant extra performance for it, which will significantly reduce the gap between it and the GTX 970M that is above it in the hierarchy. Let's just hope that the future difference between GTX 965M-based and GTX 965M Ti-based models will be relatively straightforward, and you won't need to dig through the technical specifications pages of any .

An estimate of the level of improvement we might see in the GTX 965M Ti, or whatever they call the updated model in the end
An estimate of the level of improvement we might see in the GTX 965M Ti, or whatever they call the updated model in the end


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