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NVIDIA teases unreleased laptop GPU

NVIDIA teases unreleased laptop GPU
NVIDIA teases unreleased laptop GPU
Video shows Crysis 2 running on a pair of laptop GTX’s in SLI

Crysis has been the unofficial benchmark for graphics performance for quite some time, and now companies may be using it as a standard as well. The folks at NVIDIA have informed members of the press to expect an announcement tomorrow, and the latest “leaked” video could be a sneak peek at what’s on the menu.

The YouTube video, posted by TheNotebookGamer, shows a pair of unspecified notebook GPU’s in SLI running Crysis 2 on ultra settings with a Full HD (1920x1080) resolution and DirectX 11 activated. The 1 minute of gameplay passes the eye smoothness test and is apparently running at over 30FPS.

Unfortunately, the video doesn’t provide many clues about what the GPU actually is, but we should have more info tomorrow. Until then, check out the following video and see what it’s like to run Crysis 2 on the highest possible settings.

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Author: Omar Qudsi, 2011-06-28 (Update: 2012-05-26)