NVIDIA Pascal in Laptops: Mobile GTX 1080/1070/1060

On July 16, NVIDIA officially unveiled the Pascal GeForce GTX 1080/1070/1060 generation mobile gaming graphics cards, which promise high performance and lower power consumption.

Features:

We know very well that in terms of architecture, Pascal has not gone far from Maxwell, but the technical process has been reduced from 28 Nm to 16 Nm FinFET, which allows to reduce heat generation and power consumption at the same performance. It also allows for higher frequencies from the chip. NVIDIA claims a performance increase over the previous generation of up to 75%.

Specifications

In this table you can compare the technical specifications of mobile and desktop graphics cards of the Pascal generation.

Comparison table of mobile and desktop video cards NVIDIA PascalGTX 1060 MobileGTX 1070 MobileGTX 1080 MobileGTX 1060GTX 1070GTX 1080

Chip GP106 GP104 GP104 GP106-400 GP104-200 GP104-400
Technical process 16 Nm FinFET 16 Nm FinFET 16 Nm FinFET 16 Nm FinFET 16 Nm FinFET 16 Nm FinFET
Transistors, billion 4.4 7.2 7.2 4.4 7.2 7.2
CUDA 1280 1920 2560 1280 1920 2560
Core frequency, MHz 1405 (1671) 1443 (1645) 1556 (1733) 1506 (1708) 1507 (1685) 1607 (1733)
Memory 6 GB GDDR5 8 GB GDDR5 8 GB GDDR5X 6 GB GDDR5 8 GB GDDR5 8 GB GDDR5X
Bus width, bit 192 256 256 192 256 256
Effective memory frequency, MHz 8000 8000 10000 8000 8000 10000
Bandwidth, GByte / s 192 256 320 192 256 320
TDP, W TBA TBA TBA 120 150 180
Performance, GFLOPS (FP32) 3597 TBA 7967 3855 5783 8228
Price at the time of release       250 $ 380 $ 600 $

You can read more about Pascal desktop video cards by following the links (GTX 1060, GTX 1070, GTX 1080, TITAN X).

Going on sale

Some manufacturers have already announced the release of laptops with these video cards.

Particularly interesting is the MSI GT83VR model, where there will be 2 GeForce GTX 1080 mobiles and an Intel Core i7-6920HQ processor!

And you write in the comments how you feel about gaming laptops and the fact that mobile hardware will soon be almost equal to desktop hardware in performance?

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