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|3rd May 2010, 13:48||#1|
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NVIDIA Readying GeForce 400 Series Mobile GPUs for June?
Call it a slip of the keyboard, the latest online build to order catalogue of Eurocom's performance laptops includes a new choice of graphics board, the "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480M". It's not as much the entry, but details next to it that are interesting. This card, according to Eurocom, is said to be based on the Fermi architecture, is compliant with DirectX 11 (so it's not yet another re-branding), is built on the 40 nm manufacturing process, and has a power rating of [just] 100W. The card is compliant with the MXM 3.0b board standard. Eurocom sets the option's ETA to June 2010, and adds 271€ over the base configuration. In comparison, the GeForce GTX 285M SLI option (based on two G92 GPUs) asks for 339€ over the base configuration.
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