No real surprises, the GT 640 was a complete flop, underperforming the 6670 at a higher cost than it's release price over a year ago.
Originally Posted by Crizume
MIND = BLOWN
Seeing how this is Nvidia and...
555M > 555M (lower-clocked 144-core > higher-clocked 96-core)
640M LE > 640M LE (one is a 28nm Kepler part, other is 40nm / Fermi)
560M > 560M (192-bit > 128-bit)
I think it's proper to note if a suffix means it's faster/slower. 2 cards should have different names, and so far Nvidia is keeping to that concept on desktop, but there's nothing stopping them from a 128-bit 670 called a 670 (if previous laptop GPUs are any indicator).
In a sane world, yes, 660 > 650 Ti > 650 would be logical. But this is Nvidia. And you either have to give them a hard time about their naming nonsense, or let them get away with the aforementioned.Edited by jrbroad77 - 8/22/12 at 5:00pm