NVIDIA Brings Maxwell To Notebooks

Posted: Oct 7 2014, 8:33am CDT | by , in News | Computer Hardware

 
NVIDIA brings Maxwell to Notebooks
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NVIDIA just announced to also have mobile versions of the new Maxwell GPU.

NVIDIA Maxwell is the 10th-generation GPU architecture coming from NVIDIA. It solves some of the most complex lighting and graphics challenges in visual computing. And it does so with twice the energy efficiency of the previous generation.

Today NVIDIA introduced the GeForce GTX 970M and GeForce GTX 980M notebook GPUs bringing Maxwell to the notebook world. Maxwell doubles performance compared with the first Kepler notebook GPUs on games like Battlefield 4 and Metro: Last Light.

The GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970 GPUs deliver a higher fidelity gaming experience even on standard 1080p display. Maxwell’s Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) technology can render games at 4K or other high-end resolutions. Then they’re scaled down to the native resolution on the notebook’s display. The results are an image that is much higher quality than one rendering directly to 1080p.

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