Nvidia Announcing GeForce® GTX 10-Series Notebooks



GeForce GTX 10-Series graphics are powered by NVIDIA Pascal™ to deliver up to 3X the performance of previous generations, plus innovative new gaming technologies and breakthrough VR experiences.

If what you’ve seen has you itching for a GeForce GTX 10-Series laptop, they’re available now; whether you want thin and light, a beastly desktop replacement, or something in between, there’s a model for every gamer. nvidia-geforce-gtx-10-series-laptops-laptop-gpu-specs


With these levels of performance the fastest, smoothest, most detailed experiences are now also available in a portable form factor. Gone are the days of being limited to 1080p at 60 FPS – with Pascal-architecture laptops you can enjoy the frenetic action of Overwatch and the stunning environments of Rise of the Tomb Raider at a blindingly fast 120 FPS, or higher. And if you’re the type of gamer who prefers incredible graphics over blistering speed, 25×14 and 4K super high-resolution experiences are just as achievable with Pascal-powered GTX 10-Series laptops.


In fact, the improvements delivered by this exquisite craftsmanship are so substantial that gamers will discover additional overclocking headroom, up to 3x higher than could be achieved on Maxwell-powered laptops. Also for the first time, GTX 10-Series laptops can ship overclocked from the factory, boosting out of the box performance.


As a demonstration at the press unveiling of the new GeForce GTX 10-Series laptops, we overclocked MSI’s GT73 to a sustained 2GHz in id Software’s DOOM, just as we did on a desktop GeForce GTX 1080 at its unveiling.

While achieving all of this unbeatable performance, the ultra-efficient Pascal architecture delivers up to 30% more battery life compared to Maxwell laptops, allowing you to game for longer in trains, planes and automobiles, and at any time you’re away from a power outlet.


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