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Nvidia unveils 1st gaming notebook GPU

Taipei, May 31, 2011

Nvidia, the leader in computer graphics, unveiled the first gaming notebook graphics processing unit (GPU) in its award-winning GeForce 500M Series of notebook GPUs.

The GeForce GTX 560M graphics processor delivers a no-compromise gaming experience at full 1080p resolution in the new DirectX 11 titles, a statement said.

For the first time, leading OEMs will also be offering GeForce GTX gaming GPUs with Nvidia Optimus technology, it added.

“The GeForce GTX 560M and Nvidia Optimus mean gamers get 50 frames per second in Duke Nukem Forever and five hours of battery life in Microsoft Office,” said Rene Haas general manager of notebook products at Nvidia. “That’s real power and real portability.”

Available only with Nvidia GPUs, Nvidia Optimus technology enables extra-long battery life by automatically switching on and off the GPU so that it runs only when needed.

The smart convenience of Nvidia Optimus technology is designed into over 80 per cent of GeForce 500M Series notebooks and is used by every major notebook OEM.

GeForce GTX 560M GPUs are “DirectX 11 Done Right”, and offer even more performance-per-watt than the previous generation, with faster frame rates and more detail with the same battery life, according to the statement.

The power of GeForce GTX GPUs means gamers can play at full 1080p high-definition resolutions with the advanced technology features that set GeForce GPUs apart from the competition.

GTX GPUs also support Nvidia SLI technology, the industry's most scalable multi-GPU platform for doubling gaming performance, and are also supported by the highly-praised Nvidia Verde notebook drivers.

For thin-and-light notebooks, Nvidia also refreshed its entry-level GeForce GT 500M GPUs with the arrival of the new GeForce GT 520MX GPU.

GeForce GT 520MX offers better performance, wider support and a more advanced feature set than integrated graphics  and offers a step forward from the existing GeForce GT 520M GPU, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service

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