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NVIDIA DX10 Mobile GPU Specs Leaked

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    New details of NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce 9300M and 9500M DirectX 10-compatible mobile graphics chip series have surfaced ahead of the GPU's launch. The 9500M GS will contain 32 stream processors running at 950MHz, while the core is clocked at 475MHz. The GPU will be linked to 512MB of GDDR3 or DDR2 memory, clocked at 700MHz and operating over a 128-bit bus. The 9300M G has 16 stream processors. They're clocked to 800MHz, while the core runs at 400MHz and the memory at 600MHz. The memory interface is 64 bits wide. Again, there's a choice of GDDR3 or "cost-competitive" DDR2, and the GPU will access up to 256MB of it.

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    Not bad for low end mobile GPUs.
     
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    what's with Nvidia "Leaking" everything lately?
     
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    some guys playing roulette with his job
     
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    Indeed. If they can manage to squeeze a Geforce 9500M into a Dell M1330, that'd be perfect. :cool:
     
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    don't they mean shaders? I mean imagine 32 of ati's stream processors lol.
     
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