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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 200M and GTS 100M GPUs for Notebooks Announced


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NVIDIA today introduced GPUs in four separate categories that push performance to the highest levels ever achieved in enthusiast and high-performance notebooks. Included in the group is the fastest notebook GPU in the market, the GeForce GTX 280M, with up to 50% more performance than previous generation enthusiast notebook GPUs.
“These new NVIDIA GeForce GPUs are for those who won’t accept compromise in notebook performance,” said Rene Haas, general manager of notebook business at NVIDIA. “These new GPUs meet the needs of the most demanding consumers in the marketplace by delivering industry-leading performance at all price segments along with features that go beyond graphics.”

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If you try to buy an enthusiast gaming notebook with GeForce GTX 280, all you get is that 1.5 years old 65nm G92 in the picture finally with all shaders working in a notebook :)

Real value for money, isn't it?

So GeForce GTX 280M is really a notebook version of GeForce 8800 GTS G92 or 9800 GTX or GTS 250
and GeForce GTX 260M is really a notebook version of GeForce 8800 GT or 9800 GT or GTS 240
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