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The new Pascal mobility chips are rumored to feature the same naming schemes as the desktop products. Some people may think that it’s confusing this way but you can’t fit a desktop card inside a laptop so the GTX 1080 or GTX 1070 featured on the laptops is exclusive to the mobile platform. Some differences can also be seen in the specifications department when it comes to clock speeds or core configuration. But at the end of the day, all of the GeForce 10 Mobility variants are based on Pascal.
NVIDIA’s Pascal is without a doubt, the most power efficient chip that utilizes the 16nm FinFET process node. The GeForce 10 series cards have shown a huge increase in clock speeds compared to prior generations and deliver great performance increases compared to their predecessors.


Read more: http://wccftech.com/nvidia-pascal-geforce-gtx-1070-gtx-1060-mobility-benchmarks/#ixzz4H8sUROEs

1070m PCB



1070m benchmarks



1060m benchmark




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Edit: I can not wait for a 1060m laptop and a 1070m one if price is right... It will be a secondary computer.
Edited by iARDAs - 8/12/16 at 11:05am
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MGTX1060 should be a mid range chip, that in a year could be priced the same as a 960m or 970m today, with the same performance of a GTX 970 desktop grade GPU. VR on your laptop... could be standard.

Perhaps a 13.3 inch gamer notebook could be possible with exceptable thermal and noise levels using one of these GPUs and a HQ i7 mobile. I would be interested in something like that.
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Wow... those temps are a lot better than I was expecting. o.O Given the 1060 here is the full desktop chip, should be 120w TDP. Wow. o-o
     
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MGTX1060 should be a mid range chip, that in a year could be priced the same as a 960m or 970m today, with the same performance of a GTX 970 desktop grade GPU. VR on your laptop... could be standard.

Perhaps a 13.3 inch gamer notebook could be possible with exceptable thermal and noise levels using one of these GPUs and a HQ i7 mobile. I would be interested in something like that.
I am crossing my fingers that dell upgrades the alienware 13 with a 1060m. They already have a 965m varient, so heat shouldnt be a problem.
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What are the chances of an i5 1060m laptop from Asus or MSI to be in 1200 US dollar range?
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What are the chances of an i5 1060m laptop from Asus or MSI to be in 1200 US dollar range?
depends on what nvidia charges. if the 1060m is about the same price as a 965m, the chances are pretty good.
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depends on what nvidia charges. if the 1060m is about the same price as a 965m, the chances are pretty good.

I hope so as 1200 US dollars is the max I am willing to pay for an office laptop with decent gaming capabilities. Excluding tax of course.

I was going to pull the trigger today on a 970m Asus Strix laptop for 1200 US dollars which was a good price for a 970m laptop, glad I looked into the upcoming models.

They will all be announced next week at Gamescom.

Do these laptops release right after the reveal? Or do we end up waiting months?
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I hope so as 1200 US dollars is the max I am willing to pay for an office laptop with decent gaming capabilities. Excluding tax of course.

I was going to pull the trigger today on a 970m Asus Strix laptop for 1200 US dollars which was a good price for a 970m laptop, glad I looked into the upcoming models.

They will all be announced next week at Gamescom.

Do these laptops release right after the reveal? Or do we end up waiting months?
Depends on the brand. Sometimes they are available that week, others several weeks, others months.

typically they give at least a ballpark date for release. If nvidia can supply them quick enough, i'd bet several will be available the same month of gamescom.
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Depends on the brand. Sometimes they are available that week, others several weeks, others months.

typically they give at least a ballpark date for release. If nvidia can supply them quick enough, i'd bet several will be available the same month of gamescom.

Thank you. My office laptop is dead as a brick so I really need a new one. If they push the release to October chances are I wont be able to wait and grab a 970m one frown.gif

That being said if the price of the 970m model takes a price cut immedeately I welcome that as well thumb.gif

So you are looking into a 13 inch model? How is 13 inch for gaming. My current dead laptop is a 17 inch Asus and I am willing to go down to 15 inch for mobility reasons. Isnt 13 a bit too small?
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According to here



1060m is 80w
1070m is 150w
1080m is 180w
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