Friday, September 3rd 2010

Eurocom is First to Support NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M and GTX 470M GPUs

Eurocom is proud to announce an addition to its already extensive list of multi vendor upgradeable VGA solutions with the introduction of NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX 460M and GTX 470M MXM 3.0b based graphics modules. Eurocom currently supports both NVIDIA GeForce and Quadro as well as ATi Radeon Mobility in its notebooks in single and Dual (SLI or CrossFireX) operation.

The addition of the NVIDIA newest 4xxM family of GeForce GTX 460M and GeForce GTX 470M gives Eurocom customers an even greater choice of GPU’s to power their machines with a graphics card to fit every budget and every performance level. Eurocom will be supporting the GTX 460M and GTX 470M in single and Dual (SLI) configurations which will allow customers to intelligently scale graphics performance. NVIDIA SLI technology delivers up to twice the performance with 2 cards, compared to a single graphics solution.

Like the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480M, the GTX 460M supports PureVideo HD, CUDA, Direct Compute and OpenGL. The GTX 460M uses 1.5 GB GDDR5 graphics memory. The NVIDIA Geforce GTX 460M will be utilizing 40 nm technology along with all other 400 series NVIDIA GPUs. The GTX 460M will also feature a 192 Bit memory bus for fast transfer rates. The core speed of the GTX 460M will be running at 675 MHz.

Eurocom Mobile Workstations support NVIDIA Quadro and Geforce GPU’s along with ATI Radeon Mobility graphics cards. Eurocom is adding NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M and 470M options to the following models:
  • EUROCOM Panther 2.0 Mobile Workstation supports single and SLI configurations, including GTX 480M, GTX 460M and GTX 470M. Also it supports NVIDIA Quadro FX 3800M and FX 5000M (product page)
  • EUROCOM X8100 Leopard Mobile Workstation - supports single, SLI and CrossFireX configurations , including single GTX 480M, single or SLI GTX 470M, single or SLI GTX 460M, single or CrossFireX HD5870, single Quadro FX 3800M and FX 5000M (product page)
  • EUROCOM W800CU Cheetah 2.0 - supports single VGA operation with maximum TDP of 100W; NVIDIA: GTX 480M, GTX 470M, GTX 460M; Quadro FX 3800M, Quadro FX 5000M and ATi Radeon Mobility HD5870 (product page)
  • EUROCOM W860CU Cougar - supports NVIDIA GTX 460M, GTX 470M, Quadro FX 2800; ATi Radeon Mobility HD5870; up to 75W TDP per card (product page)
  • EUROCOM D900F Panther - supports NVIDIA GTX 480M, GTX 470M, GTX 460M, Quadro FX 2800M, FX 3800M, FX 5000M and ATi Radeon Mobility HD5870 (product page)
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19 Comments on Eurocom is First to Support NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M and GTX 470M GPUs

#2
Phxprovost
Xtreme Refugee
that laptop like 2+ inches thick?
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#3
(FIH) The Don
laptops like that is more like a mobile desktop.

still pretty awesome, very nice design
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#4
naram-sin
nice design indeed. i find it great that eurocom gives you the option with their every laptop to order either glossy or matte screen. wish every laptop manufacturer would go there.
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#5
MrAlex
Yet I'd take the superior, cheaper, more efficient, cooler Mobility Radeon HD 5870 over whatever NVIDIA has to offer.

Sorry NVIDIA, not this round :nutkick:
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#6
naram-sin
by: MrAlex
Yet I'd take the superior, cheaper, more efficient, cooler Mobility Radeon HD 5870 over whatever NVIDIA has to offer.

Sorry NVIDIA, not this round :nutkick:
Agreed on that one too. ;)
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#7
the54thvoid
Keliss - milkshake mix.....

My laptop brings all the fireman to the yard,
yeah like, it's hotter than yours,

yeah like, it's hotter than yours,
I'd play you but it's ran out of charge.
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#8
inferKNOX
by: btarunr
Eurocom is proud to announce an addition (...) of NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX 460M and GTX 470M MXM 3.0b based graphics modules.
"Pride goes before destruction, And a haughty spirit before a fall." - Prov16:18 (NKJV)
:laugh:
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#9
WhiteLotus
by: the54thvoid
Keliss - milkshake mix.....

My laptop brings all the fireman to the yard,
yeah like, it's hotter than yours,

yeah like, it's hotter than yours,
I'd play you but it's ran out of charge.
very well done.
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#10
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
mmm 470M SLi sounds frikken potent, I'd take that any day over the single 480M, which as I remember is based of GF100.

470M SLi should perform and OC like a beast and trounce the 480M.
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#11
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
by: wolf
mmm 470M SLi sounds frikken potent, I'd take that any day over the single 480M, which as I remember is based of GF100.

470M SLi should perform and OC like a beast and trounce the 480M.
depends how much they have to underclock the cards to keep them within safe operating temperatures. the laptop is also most likely to be thick enough to stop a shell from a tank to encorporate all them noisey fans & heatpipes unless they've found out a way to microsize a phase change unit or something which bends the very fabric of space & time as we know it n sucks all the heat and hot air out & deposit it somewhere in oblivion.
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#12
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
remember also that GF104 runs a hec of a lot cooler than GF100, and theyve cut down another 48 sp's to 288, cut the memory bus down, and dropped the clocks a lot, which also wouldhave allowed them to lower the core voltage.

I think she'll work just fine in a laptop temp wise, no worse than a GTX280M IMO.
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#13
MrAlex
by: wolf
mmm 470M SLi sounds frikken potent, I'd take that any day over the single 480M, which as I remember is based of GF100.

470M SLi should perform and OC like a beast and trounce the 480M.
Mobility Radeon HD 5870 in CrossFire would perform much better than a GTX 480M while consuming less power.
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#14
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
by: MrAlex
Mobility Radeon HD 5870 in CrossFire would perform much better than a GTX 480M while consuming less power.
yes but from the specs 470M SLi should perform better than 480M too, perhaps even Mobility 5870 CF, we'll have to wait and see.
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#15
_JP_
:laugh:
Everyone seems to be more worried how the GPUs will perform, instead of the 3k price tag.
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#16
(FIH) The Don
id rather pay 3000$ for this than a f@cking Alienware
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#17
_JP_
by: (FIH) The Don
id rather pay 3000$ for this than a f@cking Alienware
Oh, now I bet you have made mdsx1950 sad.
But heh, I tend to agree, double the power, half the light-show...
It's not meant for games eitherway, people just like to do the opposite...
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#18
Faith[ROG].Anarchy
Mobile Desktop - First Word comes to my head when I see anything come from Eurocom
I wish there will be more 3D Vision Gaming Notebook utilizes these new GPU instead of old GTX 260, GTS 360 or GTX 285, etc ..........
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#19
aj28
I am baffled that they continue to build batteries into these things. I wonder how much they could save on size/weight/cost if they would just strip that component out and sell it as what the vast majority of them will exclusively be used for.
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