NVIDIA Announces 9800M GTX For Notebooks

Posted: Jul 29 2008, 1:06pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:44am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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NVIDIA announced today that its latest high-end GPU for the notebook market called the GeForce 9800M GTX and 9700M GTX is now available. The new 9 series GPUs bring PhysX acceleration to the notebook GPU for the first time.

Features of the 9800M GTX and 9700M GTX include PhysX technology compatibility, 112 processing cores, faster graphics engine, support for SLI, Hybrid SLI support, PureVideo HD, Blu-ray support and support for MXM 3.0 graphics model specification. Notebooks using the new GPUs will be available from Toshiba and several other PC makers.

“Toshiba has been delivering superior visuals for laptops with GeForce graphics ever since NVIDIA launched its first notebook GPU. This combination helped to create Toshiba's successful line of powerful gaming laptops with GeForce and SLI® technology,” said Yasuhisa Arabiki, Senior Manager, PC Product Planning Department, Personal Computer & Network Company, Toshiba Corporation. "Toshiba is continuing its commitment to deliver a great gaming experience by featuring GeForce 9800M GTX and GeForce 9700M GTS throughout the Qosmio X300/X305 Series."

Via NVIDIA

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