Swedish laptop first to feature the GeForce GTX 1080M

Swedish laptop first to feature the GeForce GTX 1080M

Although the GeForce GTX 1080M has not been presented yet, a Swedish company, which goes by the name of IVY has listed this graphics card in the tech specs of a laptop that will come to us in the near future. The notebook, which is known as IVY 17P, will be launched on July 29, which means that the official announcement of the GTX 1080M is just around the corner.

Obviously the IVY 17P is a gaming notebook since it comes with such a powerful card as the GTX 1080M. The base configuration of this notebook features a 17.3-inch IPS display that works at Full HD resolution, an Intel Core i7-6820K processor at 2.7 GHz (3.5 GHz Turbo), 32 GB of DDR4-2133 memory, a 256 GB SSD, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and of course the aforementioned GeForce GTX 1080M graphics card. It will come with 8 GB of GDDR5 memory so no GDDR5X in notebooks as of now.

This IVY 17P configuration will sell for USD 2520 but it cannot be any other way – gaming hardware is expensive.

Source: Videocardz.com

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