Originally Posted by MrAlex
Yeah. AMD have NVIDIA beat in the mobile department. The BEST example is 2x5870 vs a GTX 480. The 5870s perform better, use less power and cost less.
wrong, and hardly the best example, have you seen the review of GTX460m SLi vs Mobility 5870CF?
an excerpt from the conclusion;
Thus, we have two conclusions, and the first one is in regards to GPU alacrity. At less than half the cost and armed with most of the performance of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 480M, the GTX 460M becomes our preferred notebook GPU at this time. A pair of these easily smashes the performance of AMD’s fastest CrossFire-based solution. So take two now, and then call the doctor in the morning if you find yourself suddenly addicted to gaming at full detail levels on a laptop.
As I said, if they can just apply some of what they did to GF100 to make GF110, or even simply take the chips that bin for the lowest votlage and up the clocks a bit, Nvidia will be just fine in this mobile generation.