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ASUS Teases a Mobile Nvidia GPU that is more powerful than the GTX Titan X

ASUS Teases a Mobile Nvidia GPU that is more powerful than the GTX Titan X

ASUS Teases a Mobile Nvidia GPU that is more powerful than the GTX Titan X

ASUS Teases a Mobile Nvidia GPU that is more powerful than the GTX Titan X

 

ASUS has teased an upcoming Mobile Nvidia GPU that is more powerful than the GTX Titan X, hinting that Nvidia will soon be releasing a GTX 1080m GPU. 

Not only has ASUS hinted at this unknown GPU's existance, but they have provided 3DMARK results for this new GPU, not only showing that this GPU is more powerful than the GTX Titan X but significantly more powerful than Nvidia's existing mobile GTX 980. 

This will be a massive leap for Mobile GPU performance as it will provide performance that is greater than the GTX Titan X at TDPs that are suitable for mobile products, making mobile gaming at resolutions over 1080p and in VR much more viable. 

 

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Hopefully, this means that we will be seeing Pascal powered gaming laptops at Computex, as ASUS hints that Computex 2016 is something that ROG fans "won't want to miss". 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS teasing an upcoming mobile Nvidia GPU on the OC3D Forums

 

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20-05-2016, 09:06:33

Emu
If you look at the first image, the difference in score between all 4 is just over 650 points. The results look to be the same results from Guru3D and the 980 ti there is a stock reference card. Most OEM 980 ti cards score higher then the Titan X.
That said, that kind of performance (even if it is DX10) in a mobile chip is amazing... Quote
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