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http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/introducing-the-new-gtx-800m-notebook-gpus
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Gaming notebooks have progressed by leaps and bounds in recent years, edging ever closer to performance and feature parity with desktops. Today, NVIDIA is proud to announce a new range of GeForce GTX notebook GPUs, which offer the same revolutionary features and benefits as the latest GeForce GTX desktop GPUs.

Our new lineup, the GeForce GTX 800M GPUs, are up to 60% faster than previous-generation mobile GPUs, feature improved power efficiency, and give notebook gamers access to critically-acclaimed innovations like GeForce ShadowPlay, GameStream, and GPU Boost 2.0.

But this year, GeForce GTX 800M also introduces the world to Battery Boost, a new feature that can double the amount of game time on a single battery charge, while still delivering great GTX graphics at playable framerates. To learn more about Battery Boost and GeForce GTX 800M, read on.

GeForce GTX 800M: Up To 60% Faster

GeForce GTX 800M notebooks are equipped with our latest Kepler and Maxwell GPUs, improving performance by up to 60% in comparison to previous-generation models. GeForce GTX 800M GPUs also increase efficiency, giving you more performance while using less power, something that’s particularly important when taking your notebook on the road.

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AnandTech article about 800M series and Battery Boost
Edited by Yukla - 3/12/14 at 10:14am
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Neat.
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Here's hoping we get a 60% increase for 800series desktop over 700series...

Yes I know, neeeeeeever gunna happen
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typical marketing
The biggest improvement in games is in COD the rest isn't much better.
Benches are irrelevant
Battery life doesn't state what base power consumption there would've been and how much Wh battery was installed.

The only usefull slide is the on at the top if you ask me good gains on the low end and the gtx 880 appears to be a rebrand.
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typical marketing
The biggest improvement in games is in COD the rest isn't much better.
Benches are irrelevant
Battery life doesn't state what base power consumption there would've been and how much Wh battery was installed.

The only usefull slide is the on at the top if you ask me good gains on the low end and the gtx 880 appears to be a rebrand.
The 870 is too I believe, The 860 and 850 are maxwell.
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The 870 is too I believe, The 860 and 850 are maxwell.
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NVDIA GeForce GTX 880M/870M — Kepler

The most powerful GPUs are based on Kepler GK104 GPU. The fastest model has 1536 CUDA cores, 256-bit interface and up to 4GB GDDR5 memory. I could not find any confirmation of 8GB variants.

The GTX 870M has narrower interface (192-bit), thus less memory (3GB). It’s using a GK104 variant with 1344 CUDA cores.
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The VC article I linked is more up to date. That WCCF article is 1) a WCCF article. 2) a couple days old
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Anand has a great article up on this.

http://anandtech.com/show/7834/nvidia-geforce-800m-lineup-battery-boost

Thanks for the share!

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