NVIDIA Mobile GeForce Pascal series to be announced at Gamescom

Published: Aug 1st 2016, 10:47 GMT

According to Taiwanese website DigiTimes, NVIDIA is finally ready to unveil its mobile Pascal graphics cards.

NVDIA GeForce GTX 10 Mobile

Mobile Pascal may arrive at Gamescom in Europe. According to DigiTimes, NVIDIA would allow its notebook partners to unveil mobile Pascal between August 17th to 21st, so just when Gamescom is hosted is hosted in Germany

ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte would showcase their new notebooks, some of them equipped with mobile GeForce GTX 1080, GTX 1070 and GTX 1060 graphics solutions.

So far everything suggest that NVIDIA will no longer use the M post-fix for mobile chips, as those offer similar specs or performance to desktop variants. The specs of GTX 1080 Mobile are still quite a mystery, but we are aware of GTX 1070/1060 specs that are just slightly different than desktop variants. Interestingly, GTX 1070(M) is supposedly equipped with more CUDA cores than desktop variant, yet the clocks are slightly lower, so theoretically they should offer similar experience.

It probably shouldn’t take long for AMD to reveal it’s mobile Polaris cards now.

NVIDIA GeForce 10 Series
MOBILEGeForce GTX 1080 MobileGeForce GTX 1070 MobileGeForce GTX 1060 Mobile
GPU Configuration?2048 : 128 : 641280 : 80 : 48
GPU Clock?1443 / 1645 MHz1405 / 1671 MHz
Mem. Clock / Effective?2002 / 8008 MHz2002 / 8008 MHz
Memory Type?8GB GDDR56GB GDDR5
Memory Bus?256-bit192-bit
 DESKTOPGeForce GTX 1080 DesktopGeForce GTX 1070 DesktopGeForce GTX 1060 Desktop
GPU Configuration2560 : 160 : 641920 : 120 : 641280 : 80 : 48
GPU Clock1607 / 1733 MHz1506 / 1683 MHz1506 / 1709 MHz
Mem. Clock / Effective1251 / 10008 MHz2002 / 8008 MHz2002 / 8008 MHz
Memory Bus256-bit256-bit192-bit

Source: Digitimes via Fudzilla

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