Clevo is perhaps one of the best and most underrated notebook manufacturer. At Computex 2016, they presented a P775DM2-G gaming laptop equipped with NVIDIA’s Pascal Mobility GPU.
Clevo P775DM2-G: Gaming Laptop Equipped with GTX 1080m
The gaming laptop has 17.3-inch screen with a resolution of Full HD with 120 Hz refresh (support for NVIDIA G-Sync is also included) and a full-size keyboard with LED backlight and specially marked WSAD keys.
One Chinese user on the Baidu forum has posted photos of the NVIDIA Driver Control Panel and in the details of mobility GPU we can see that the card has 2048 CUDA cores clocked at 1442 MHz and 8 GB of video memory clocked at 8008 MHz. The supposed mobile version features the same amount of video memory (8GB), which will encourage future manufacturers to incorporate 4K displays onto their gaming machines to provide the best possible immersions. According to the user its GeForce GTX 1080m. In addition, the manufacturer has used Intel Core i7-6700k with the Intel Z170 chipset.
But this is not the end of the revelations, the laptop is also equipped with Killer DoubleShot Pro Wireless-AC and a Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi MB5 sound chip.
The price and release date laptop are not yet known to us. Below you can see the specifications difference between the GTX 1080 desktop and mobility GPU.
|Model||GeForce GTX 1080 Desktop||GeForce GTX 1080m|
|Core clock||1607MHz||1442MHz (confirmation needed)|
|Total memory bandwidth||320GB/s||256GB/s|
|Total dedicated GPU memory||8GB||8GB|
|Manufacturing process||16nm FinFET||16nm FinFET|
|Transistors||7.2 Billion||7.2 Billion|