Tuesday, October 2nd 2012

Eurocom Announces 4 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX and 3 GB 670MX Options

Eurocom, is launching two new NVIDIA GeForce based graphics cards in its High Performance Notebooks, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX and 670MX. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX and 670MX are kepler based cards and have 4 GB and 3GB GDDR5 memory respectively. Eurocom is launching the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX and 670MX in the EUROCOM Scorpius, Panther Series, Neptune 2.0 and Racer 2.0 high performance, fully upgradeable and customizable notebooks.

NVIDIA GeFore GTX 675MX and 670MX graphics are manufactured on the newest 28nm kepler based GPU architecture from NVIDIA. This technology allows for improved performance, power efficiency and manageability. Featuring a long list of technologies such as PhysX, CUDA, DirectX 11 and OpenCL, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX and 670MX will offer next generation graphics performance for Eurocom notebooks.

“The performance and incredible power efficiency of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675M and 670MX will give our customers another level of high performance graphics in their new Eurocom notebooks. With an incredible 4GB GDDR5 memory, the 675MX is true performer.” says Mark Bialic, Eurocom President.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX:
  • 384 CUDA cores
  • 39.7 billion/sec Texture Fill Rate
  • 620 MHz Graphics Clock
  • 4GB GDDR5 memory
  • 256-bit memory interface width and 96 GB/sec Memory Bandwidth
  • NVIDIA PhysX capable with FXAA and TXAA Support
  • DirectX 11, PhysX, SLI, Adaptive VSync
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670MX:
  • 960 CUDA cores
  • 48 billion/sec Texture Fill Rate
  • 600 MHz Graphics Clock
  • 3GB GDDR5 memory
  • 192-bit memory interface width and 67.2 GB.sec Memory Bandwidth
  • NVIDIA PhysX capable with FXAA and TXAA Support
  • DirectX 11, PhysX, SLI, Adaptive VSync
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7 Comments on Eurocom Announces 4 GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX and 3 GB 670MX Options

#1
Covert_Death
confusing specs.... the 670 whoops on the 675 in cuda and texture fill rate but the 675 has much better memory all around, hmmmmmmmmmmm
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#3
tacosRcool
I don't like notebookcheck.....
They seem too biased to me
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#4
Maban
The 675MX specs are wrong on this PR since the specs they were given/read on NV's site were initially wrong. They have since corrected it.
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#5
NC37
So NV brought the MX moniker back?

Wonder how long till we see Ultra again. AMD is using FX atm so I doubt they'd want to confuse that.
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#6
[H]@RD5TUFF
Nice and all, I just have had too many bad experiences with "gaming laptops", and the price is quite high IMO.
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#7
Covert_Death
price for gaming laptops has gotten a LOT better though.... much closer to desktop price/perf ratio then they used to be even 4-5 years ago
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