While GTX 1080M is still few weeks away, notebook manufactures are already adjusting their new systems for best performance with new Pascal GeForce cards.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080M 2048 CUDA Cores
According to the leak from Chiphell, GTX 1080 might feature 2048 CUDA cores, 128 TUs and 64 ROPs. At least that’s what we can read from ultra-low resolution pictures that were posted there. We tried to enhance the quality with our CSI tools, but it didn’t help much.
The leaker revealed that GPU clock speeds are 1442 MHz (base) and 1645 MHz (boost). Not a word about memory clock, but we expect something close to 2000 MHz.
The Fire Strike score is quite readable though, we can assume that GTX 1080M gets 16893 GPU points. This would put GTX 1080M to the top of single-GPU notebook performance.
Later in this post you can find GPU-Z screenshots resized with two different techniques. Take following specs with a grain of salt:
|NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080M Specifications (TO BE CONFIRMED)|
|June 6th, 2016||GeForce GTX 1080M||GeForce GTX 980 (Notebook)||GeForce GTX 980M|
|GPU||Pascal GP104||Maxwell GM204||Maxwell GM204|
|Base Clock||1442 MHz||1064 MHz||1038 MHz|
|Boost Clock||1645 MHz||1228 MHz||1127 MHz|
|Memory Clock||2000 MHz||1750 MHz||1250 MHz|
|Memory Config||8GB GDDR5||8GB GDDR5||8GB GDDR5|
|Memory Bandwidth||256 GB/s||224 GB/s||160 GB/s|
|Fire Strike GPU Score||16 893||13 125||9 692|
|Performance of 980M||174%||135%||100%|
This is my attempt to read GPU-Z data from this tiny picture.