It seems like NVIDIA Pascal lower power consumption with amazing performance will greatly benefit gaming laptops as the latest alleged benchmarks of GeForce GTX 1080m showcased that it will be more powerful than the GeForce GTX Titan X. This information comes from Asus, which showed an Overclockable Gaming Notebook equipped with a new Pascal GPU where mobility GPU score 21,000 points under benchmarking software 3DMark11 Performance.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080m is allegedly more powerful than the GeForce GTX Titan X 


The most important point of this performance test is that its mobility GPU has achieved this level of the score without Overclocking and shows a yield almost similar to the desktop variant of GeForce GTX 1080, this is due to the same full Pascal GP104 silicon with 2560 CUDA Cores and its TDP it is acceptable for a laptop. So it will be for the first time that a silicon is reaching that level of CUDA cores / frequencies mounted on an MXM customized PCB.

What we can say is that one of the highlights from the lab is an overclockable gaming laptop that will rival even gaming desktops. We were told it is a concept machine and thus they are still in the process of making it even more powerful. The exclusive info about to be revealed is without overclocking but is already faster than any laptop on the planet (not including alternate futures or dimensions). Without overclocking this beast can score almost 21K (Performance) in 3DMark11, edging out even the mighty GTX Titan X in this benchmark!

Compared to Pascal silicon fused on GeForce GTX 1080, its mobility variant could not use GDDR5X memory so it will feature GDDR5 @ 2000 MHz (8000 MHz effective) same as the GeForce GTX 1070. This level of performance also helps to run portable virtual reality glasses like a desktop PC. ASUS will unveil this new gaming laptop at Computex 2016. 

Via: Videocardz

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