First benchmark results of the GTX 1080M

First benchmark results of the GTX 1080M

Mobile gamers eagerly expect the launch of the first mobile GPUs and more precisely the GeForce GTX 1080M graphics card. But how much performance will they get?

It turns out that NVIDIA will not disappoint gamers on the go once again. According to the first benchmark results of the GTX 1080M the GPU achieves 16 893 points in 3DMark Fire Strike. The information is by no means official but comes from a Chinese hardware enthusiast who claims to be in possession of the GTX 1080M. The result was achieved with a GPU running at 1442 MHz.

The GTX 1080M is based on the GP104 GPU, which is made on a 16 nm FinFET production process. The GPU runs at 1442 MHz and reaches 1645 MHz in Turbo Mode, while the installed 8 GB of GDDR5 memory works at 8008 MHz and features a 256-bit memory interface. Thus the card enjoys 256 GB/sec of memory bandwidth and comes with a TDP level of 150 watts.

The GeForce GTX 1080M will be unveiled in the next few weeks.

Source: Nextpowerup.com

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