NVIDIA may have created GeForce GTX 870MX

NVIDIA may have created GeForce GTX 870MX

The latest NVIDIA product releases have slowly but surely turned into a mess. The powerful but somewhat old Kepler generation is still on the market in various products that belong to various lines while the latest Maxwell architecture first found its way in mid-range and budget-oriented solutions. The confusion is made even bigger by the latest NVIDIA mobile chips where a mysterious new graphics solutuons, dubbed GeForce GTX 870MX, has appeared.

The new video solution has not been officially announced as of now but it has reportedly appeared in the ASUS ROG G750 model G750JS-T4108H gaming notebook. According to some unofficial information the new video solution comes with 3 GB of GDDR5 memory served by a 192-bit memory bus. There is no information on the hardware specs of the chip but it can also be an overclocked version of the GeForce GTX 870M or it could be a Maxwell chip.

If the ASUS ROG G750 appears with GTX 870MX on board then this means that NVIDIA will sooner or later announce this video solution. There are two questions that remain unanswered – if the GTX 870MX is real and when NVIDIA will announce it.

Source: Eteknix

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