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Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Nvidia Announces DirectX 10 GPU For Mobile Computers


Nvidia today officially announced a new family of NVIDIA GeForce 8 Series of graphics processors targeted at the newly evolved notebook PC market.

Code-named GeForce 8M series, the new GPUs help power a whole new generation of notebook PCs that promise to deliver a new visual experience for Windows Vista, DirectX 10 games, HD movies, and applications like Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Live Maps?changing.

The new GeForce 8M Series notebook GPUs?the first to support DirectX 10 and fully accelerate decoding of H.264 full HD movies?are available now from Europe?s top PC makers, including Fujitsu-Siemens Computers, Medion, Packard Bell and NEC Computers SAS.

Initially available in the GeForce 8600M and GeForce 8400M versions, the new GPUs make realistic DirectX10 3D games and vivid HD video playback on notebook PCs a reality.

 
8400M G
8400M GS
8400M GT
8600M GS
8600M GT
Stream processors
8
16
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Core clock
400 MHz
400 MHz
450 MHz
600 MHz
475 MHz
Shader clock
800 MHz
800 MHz
900 MHz
1200 MHz
950 MHz
Memory clock
600MHz
600 MHz
600 MHz
700 MHz
700 MHz
Max memory
256 MB/64bit
256 MB/64bit
512 MB/128bit
512 MB/128bit
512 MB/128bit
Memory bandwidth
9.6 GB/sec
9.6GB/sec
19.2 GB/sec
22.4 GB/sec
22.4 GB/sec


Nvidia says that the new GPUs include a new unified architecture that delivers up to 2x the performance of previous generation GPUs. PureVideo HD video processing engine is available for playback of HD DVD and Blu-ray video. Nvidia said that the new video-processing engine performs 100% of the H.264 HD video decoding, freeing the CPU for other tasks and significantly reducing power consumption, heat and noise. In addition, NVIDIA PowerMizer technology offers a longer battery life.

The new NVIDIA 8M Series GPUs are available in the GeForce 8600M and GeForce 8400M models.


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