Alleged benchmarks for GeForce 1080 Notebook surface online
The Nvidia Maxwell generation will soon come to an end. The launch of Pascal for desktop PCs has been met with critical acclaim and the mobile announcement for laptops should be just around the corner. While Nvidia has yet to make any official claims, rumors have it that the company will host an official reveal by the end of July.
Now, a Chinese forum has allegedly leaked benchmarks and specifications for the inevitable GTX 1080M or GTX 1080 Notebook. The final 3DMark Fire Strike score returns 13178 points while the 3DMark Fire Strike Graphics score returns 16893 points according to the source. If true, this would place the GTX 1080 Notebook in between the GTX 980 Notebook and GTX 980M SLI. A second screenshot also reveals some core specifications on the mobile GPU, though its small resolution makes the source very questionable.
- GP104 architecture (Manufactured in 16nm FinFET)
- 2048 CUDA Cores
- Core clock: 1442 MHz
- Boost: 1645 MHz
- Memory clock: 8008 MHz
- 256-Bit Memory Interface
- 256 Gb/s Memory Bandwidth
- 8 GB Dedicated GDDR5 VRAM
- 150 W TDP