Lesance Releases Notebook with GeForce GT 630M

Published: 27th Jan 2012, 16:10 GMT

Lesance Releases Notebook with GeForce GT 630M
Japanese company Lesance has relesed the first notebook with GeForce 600 Series card. Before you start wondering why there was no information about GeForce 600 Series relase it is worth mentioning that GeForce GT 630M is actually refreshed GeForce GT 540M.

Notebook Lesance BTO GSN721GW TYPE-GX features 17 inch monitor supported with GeForce GT 630M. It has Intel Core i7-2670QM processor supported with 8GB of DDR3 RAM. It features 120GB SSD disc and Blu-ray combo drive.

Other parts of the Type-GX include:

  • Intel 510 Series 120 GB SSD, Blu-ray ROM,
  • wireless b/g/n and gigabit Ethernet connections,
  • USB 3.0 ports.
  • measures 416 x 270 x 22 ~ 35 mm (WxDxH),
  • weighing 2.99 kg.
  • Windows 7 Home Premium x64 is the OS of choice.

This reference configuration costs 101,980 JPY (US $1320).

GeForce GT 630M

The NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M is a fast middle class graphics card for laptops. Currently it can be based on two different chips with different specifications and performance values. The GF108 version features 96 shader (renamed GeForce GT 540M) and the GF106/GF116 version 144 shader (renamed GeForce GT 550M). Both feature a 128 Bit memory interface for DDR3 graphics memory. As siblings of the Fermi architecture, the cards support DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.0. Rumors also speak of a later version with a 64 Bit memory bus (with GDDR5?) codenamed N13P-GV.


More details on the GF108 and GF106/116 architecture can be found on the pages of the GeForce GT 435M and GeForce GT 555M.


The performance of the 96 shader version should be exactly like the GeForce GT 540M and the 144 shader version like the GeForce GT 555M (see both pages gaming benchmarks). Demanding games of 2010 should therefore run fluently in medium to high details. However, 2011 games like Anno 2070 or Skyrim need reduced detail settings for fluent framerates.

by WhyCry

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