NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M vs NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M

NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M

► remove NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M

The NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M is a fast mid-range laptop graphics card presented in 2010. It is based on the GF108 core, which is related to the Fermi architecture. Therefore, it supports DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.0. In contrast to the GT 415M, the card features the full 96 shader cores. Compared to the GT425M and GT435M, the 420M offers lower clock rates.

GF108 architecture

The GF108 core of the GT 420M is related to the GF100 core of the GeFore GTX 480M and offers 96 shaders and a 128 Bit memory bus for DDR3. Except for the memory controllers the GF108 can basically be considered a halved GF106. Therefore, the architecture is not comparable to the old GT215 (e.g., GeForce GTS 350M) or GT216 (e.g., GeForce GT 330M) cores. Unlike the GF100 the smaller GF104, GF106, and GF108 core were not only shortened, but also considerably modified. In contrast to the GF100, which was designed for professional applications, these chips target the consumer market. They feature more shaders (3x16 instead of 2x16), more texture units (8 instead of 4) and SFUs per streaming multi-processor (SM). As there are still only 2 warp schedulers (versus 3 shader groups), Nvidia now uses superscalar execution to use the higher amount of shaders per SM more efficiently. In theory, the shaders can thereby be utilized more efficiently and the performance per core is improved. However, in worst case scenarios the performance can also be worse than of the GF100 (and its predecessors). The ECC memory protection, which is important for professional applications, was completely omitted and the FP64 hardware shortened (only 1/3 of the shader are FP64-capable and therewith only 1/12 of the FP32’s performance). Because of these cutbacks, the size of the SM  grew only by 25% despite the higher number of shaders and larger warp schedulers with superscalar dispatch capabilities. Due to the different shader architectures and the higher clock rate of the shader domain, the core count can not be directly compared to AMD cores of the Radeon 5000 series (e.g. HD 5650).

Detailed information on the GF104 architecture (and therewith also the GF106 and GF108) can be found in the desktop GTX 460 article by Anandtech.

Performance

Because the GeForce GT 420M features a new architecture, the performance is not comparable to older chips with a similar core count. The DDR3 graphics memory combined with the 128 Bit bus should be the bottleneck of the GT 420M. In our tests with an Acer Aspire 5745PG pre-sample, the GT 420M performed on average between a GeForce GT 330M and GT 335M. Due to the higher shader count of the GT 420M, the performance could improve with future driver releases.

The gaming performance of the GT 420M is sufficient for medium detail settings in modern games like Battlefield Bad Company 2. Less demanding games should run in high detail settings. The best resolution to choose is about 1360x768 due to the limited performance. Benchmarks and comparison charts on the 3D performance can be found below.

Features

A novelty of the GF104/106/108 chips is the support of Bitstream HD Audio (Blu-Ray) output via HDMI. Alike the Radeon HD 5650, the GT 420M can transfer Dolby True HD and DTS-HD bitstream-wise without quality loss to a HiFi receiver.

The GT420M offers the PureVideo HD technology for video decoding. The included Video Processor 4 (VP4) supports feature set C and therefore the GPU is able to fully decode MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 Part 2 (MPEG-4 ASP - e.g., DivX or Xvid), VC-1/WMV9, and H.264 (VLD, IDCT, Motion Compensation, and Deblocking).

Furthermore, the GPU is able to decode two 1080p streams simultaneously (e.g. for Blu-Ray Picture-in-Picture).

Through CUDA, OpenCL, and DirectCompute 2.1 support, the GeForce GT 420M can be of help in general calculations. For example, the stream processor can considerably faster encode videos than a fast CPU can. Furthermore, physics calculations can be done by the GPU using PhysX (e.g. supported by Mafia 2 or Metro 2033).

According to rumors, the power consumption of the GeForce GT 420M should be about 35 Watt (TDP including the MXM board and memory), and therefore suited for 15” laptops. Our Aspire 5745PG review unit was equipped with Optimus and the GT 420M needed 10.7-12.3 Watt more than the GMA HD alone in idle mode, 15.6-17.5 Watt during 3DMark06 and 23.2 Watt more during Furmark. 

Without load, the chip is clocked at 50/100/135 MHz (chip/shader/memory) in 2D respectively 200/400/325 in 3D mode to save power. Furthermore, the 400M series supports Optimus to automatically switch between the integrated graphics card from Intel and the Nvidia GPU. However, the laptop manufacturers need to implement it and it cannot be upgraded.

NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M

► remove NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M

The NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M is a fast mid-range laptop graphics card presented in 2010. It is based on the GF108 core, which is related to the Fermi  (GF100) architecture. Therefore, it supports DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.0. In contrast to the GT 415M, the card features the full 96 shader cores. The difference to the slower GT420M and GT425M chips is the higher core and memory clock rate.

GF108 architecture

The GF108 core of the GT 435M is related to the GF100 core of the GeFore GTX 480M and offers 96 shaders and a 128 Bit memory bus for DDR3. Except for the memory controllers the GF108 can basically be considered a halved GF106. Therefore, the architecture is not comparable to the old GT215 (e.g., GeForce GTS 350M) or GT216 (e.g., GeForce GT 330M) cores. Unlike the GF100 the smaller GF104, GF106, and GF108 core were not only shortened, but also considerably modified. In contrast to the GF100, which was designed for professional applications, these chips target the consumer market. They feature more shaders (3x16 instead of 2x16), more texture units (8 instead of 4) and SFUs per streaming multi-processor (SM). As there are still only 2 warp schedulers (versus 3 shader groups), Nvidia now uses superscalar execution to use the higher amount of shaders per SM more efficiently. In theory, the shaders can thereby be utilized more efficiently and the performance per core is improved. However, in worst case scenarios the performance can also be worse than of the GF100 (and its predecessors). The ECC memory protection, which is important for professional applications, was completely omitted and the FP64 hardware shortened (only 1/3 of the shader are FP64-capable and therewith only 1/12 of the FP32’s performance). Because of these cutbacks, the size of the SM  grew only by 25% despite the higher number of shaders and larger warp schedulers with superscalar dispatch capabilities. Due to the different shader architectures and the higher clock rate of the shader domain, the core count can not be directly compared to AMD cores of the Radeon 5000 series (e.g. HD 5650).

Detailed information on the GF104 architecture (and therewith also the GF106 and GF108) can be found in the desktop GTX 460 article by Anandtech.

Performance

The performance of the GeForce GT 435M is on average as fast, as a Mobility Radeon HD 5650 and therefore in the upper middle class (in 2010). As the GeForce GT 435M features a new architecture, the performance is not comparable to older chips with a similar core count (like the GTS 250M e.g.). The DDR3 graphics memory combined with the 128 Bit bus should be the bottleneck of the GT 435M. In our tests, the GT435M handled demanding games of 2010 like Mafia 2 or Battlefield: Bad Company 2 with medium details and WXGA resolution settings. Less demanding games like Fifa 11 or StarCraft 2 (single player) can be played in high details without stuttering. More gaming benchmarks can be found below.

Features

A novelty of the GF104/106/108 chips is the support of Bitstream HD Audio (Blu-Ray) output via HDMI. Alike the Radeon HD 5730, the GT 435M can transfer Dolby True HD and DTS-HD bitstream-wise without quality loss to a HiFi receiver.

The GT435M offers the PureVideo HD technology for video decoding. The included Video Processor 4 (VP4) supports feature set C and therefore the GPU is able to fully decode MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 Part 2 (MPEG-4 ASP - e.g., DivX or Xvid), VC-1/WMV9, and H.264 (VLD, IDCT, Motion Compensation, and Deblocking). Furthermore, the GPU is able to decode two 1080p streams simultaneously (e.g. for Blu-Ray Picture-in-Picture).

Through CUDA, OpenCL, and DirectCompute 2.1 support the GeForce GT 435M can be of help in general calculations. For example, the stream processor can considerably faster encode videos than a fast CPU can. Furthermore, physics calculations can be done by the GPU using PhysX (e.g. supported by Mafia 2 or Metro 2033).

According to Nvidia, support for 3D Vision on the new graphics cards is also new. It enables the laptop to send 3D contents (3D games, 3D Web Streaming, 3D photos, 3D Blu-Rays) to a built-in 3D enabled screen or an external 3D TV (only if supported by the laptop manufacturer).

According to rumors, the power consumption of the GeForce GT 435M should be about 40-45 Watt (TDP including the MXM board and memory), and therefore suited for 15” laptops (comparable to the HD 5730). Without load, the chip is clocked at 50/100/135 MHz (chip/shader/memory) in 2D respectively 200/400/325 in 3D mode to save power. Furthermore, the 400M series supports Optimus to automatically switch between the integrated graphics card from Intel and the Nvidia GPU. However, the laptop manufacturers need to implement it and it cannot be upgraded.

NVIDIA GeForce GT 420MNVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
ManufacturerNVIDIANVIDIA
GeForce GT 400M Series
GeForce GT 445M (compare) 144 @ 590 MHz192 / 128 Bit @ 1250 MHz
GeForce GT 435M 96 @ 650 MHz128 Bit @ 800 MHz
GeForce GT 425M (compare) 96 @ 560 MHz128 Bit @ 800 MHz
GeForce GT 420M 96 @ 500 MHz128 Bit @ 800 MHz
GeForce GT 415M (compare) 48 @ 500 MHz128 Bit @ 800 MHz
GeForce GT 445M (compare) 144 @ 590 MHz192 / 128 Bit @ 1250 MHz
GeForce GT 435M 96 @ 650 MHz128 Bit @ 800 MHz
GeForce GT 425M (compare) 96 @ 560 MHz128 Bit @ 800 MHz
GeForce GT 420M 96 @ 500 MHz128 Bit @ 800 MHz
GeForce GT 415M (compare) 48 @ 500 MHz128 Bit @ 800 MHz
CodenameN11P-GEN11P-GT
ArchitectureFermiFermi
96 - 96 -
Core500 MHz650 MHz
Shader1000 MHz1300 MHz
Memory800 MHz800 MHz
Bus128 Bit128 Bit
Memory(G)DDR3DDR3
nono
DirectXDirectX 11, 5.0DirectX 11, 5.0
Technology40 nm40 nm
Size
Introduced03.09.2010 03.09.2010
Optimus Support, PureVideo HD VP4, Blu-Ray 3D, Bitstream HD Audio, CUDA, DirectCompute, OpenCL, OpenGL 4.0, DirectX 11
Manufacturerhttp://www.nvidia.com/object/product-gef...http://www.nvidia.com/object/product-gef...
FeaturesOptimus Support, PureVideo HD VP4, 3D Vision, Bitstream HD Audio, CUDA, DirectCompute, OpenCL, OpenGL 4.0, DirectX 11

3DMark 11 - Performance 1280x720
775 points (2%)
min: 820     avg: 896.5     median: 896.5 (3%)     max: 973 points
3DMark 11 - Performance GPU 1280x720
685 points (1%)
min: 732     avg: 799     median: 799 (2%)     max: 866 points
3DMark Vantage
P Result 1280x1024 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
P Result 1280x1024 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
P GPU no PhysX 1280x1024 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
P GPU no PhysX 1280x1024 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
3DMark 2001SE - Standard 1024x768
min: 16559     avg: 18904     median: 18904 (20%)     max: 21249 Points
35402 Points (37%)
3DMark 03 - Standard 1024x768
min: 14473     avg: 15343.5     median: 15464.5 (8%)     max: 15972 Points
min: 19261     avg: 19303     median: 19280 (10%)     max: 19368 Points
3DMark 05 - Standard 1024x768
min: 10788     avg: 11124.5     median: 11124.5 (24%)     max: 11461 Points
14036 Points (30%)
3DMark 06 Standard 1280x1024 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
+ NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Unigine Heaven 2.1 - high, Tesselation (normal), DirectX11 1280x1024
min: 9.9     avg: 10.1     median: 10.1 (5%)     max: 10.3 fps
9 fps (4%)
SPECviewperf 11
Siemens NX 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
Siemens NX 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Tcvis 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
Tcvis 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
SolidWorks 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
SolidWorks 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Pro/ENGINEER 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
Pro/ENGINEER 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Maya 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
Maya 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Lightwave 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
Lightwave 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Ensight 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
Ensight 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Catia 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
Catia 1920x1080 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Windows 7 Experience Index - Gaming graphics
6.5 points (82%)
6.6 points (84%)
Windows 7 Experience Index - Graphics
min: 4.5     avg: 5.2     median: 5.2 (65%)     max: 5.8 points
6.6 points (84%)
Cinebench R10 Shading 32Bit + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
Shading 32Bit + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M
Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL 64Bit + NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M
OpenGL 64Bit + NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M

Average Benchmarks NVIDIA GeForce GT 420M → 100%

Average Benchmarks NVIDIA GeForce GT 435M → 126%

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* Smaller numbers mean a higher performance
1 This benchmark is not used for the average calculation

low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
63.6 fps  fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
42.7 fps  fps
high 1360x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
34.3 fps  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
20.9 fps  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
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Fifa 11

Fifa 11

2010
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
184.1 307.5 fps ~ 246 fps
125%
GeForce GT 435M:
293.2 319.9 fps ~ 307 fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
102.6 148.8 fps ~ 126 fps
121%
GeForce GT 435M:
149.6 153.7 fps ~ 152 fps
high 1360x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
74.1 94.6 fps ~ 84 fps
129%
GeForce GT 435M:
106 110 fps ~ 108 fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
52.3 fps  fps
111%
GeForce GT 435M:
58.2 fps  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
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Mafia 2

Mafia 2

2010
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
47.3  fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
31.6  fps
128%
GeForce GT 435M:
40.4  fps
high 1360x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
25.1  fps
140%
GeForce GT 435M:
35.2  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
14.9  fps
143%
GeForce GT 435M:
21.3  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
low 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
112 fps  fps
180%
GeForce GT 435M:
202 fps  fps
med. 1360x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
34 fps  fps
135%
GeForce GT 435M:
46 fps  fps
high 1360x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
25 fps  fps
128%
GeForce GT 435M:
32 fps  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
14 fps  fps
121%
GeForce GT 435M:
17 fps  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
36 40 ~ 38 fps
192%
GeForce GT 435M:
72.9  fps
med. 1360x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
23 24.1 ~ 24 fps
167%
GeForce GT 435M:
40  fps
high 1600x900
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
12  fps
155%
GeForce GT 435M:
18.6  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
4  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
low 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
41 fps  fps
105%
GeForce GT 435M:
43.2  fps
med. 1366x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
31 fps  fps
113%
GeForce GT 435M:
29 40.3 fps ~ 35 fps
high 1366x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
23 fps  fps
109%
GeForce GT 435M:
21.5 29.2 fps ~ 25 fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
11 fps  fps
132%
GeForce GT 435M:
14.5 fps  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
33 fps  fps
140%
GeForce GT 435M:
46.2 fps  fps
high 1366x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
29 fps  fps
139%
GeForce GT 435M:
40.2 fps  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
18 fps  fps
142%
GeForce GT 435M:
25.5 fps  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
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Risen

Risen

2009
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
58 67.5 ~ 63 fps
106%
GeForce GT 435M:
62.6 fps 71.9 ~ 67 fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
27 28.2 ~ 28 fps
125%
GeForce GT 435M:
29.2 40.2 fps ~ 35 fps
high 1366x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
20 21 ~ 21 fps
114%
GeForce GT 435M:
18.9 30 fps ~ 24 fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
11  fps
122%
GeForce GT 435M:
13.4 fps  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
Resident Evil 5

Resident Evil 5

2009
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
81.7  fps
85%
GeForce GT 435M:
69.1  fps
high 1360x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
34.8  fps
131%
GeForce GT 435M:
45.7  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
19.5  fps
125%
GeForce GT 435M:
24.3  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
Need for Speed Shift

Need for Speed Shift

2009
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
43  fps
107%
GeForce GT 435M:
46.1  fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
28 34.2 ~ 31 fps
97%
GeForce GT 435M:
30  fps
high 1366x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
28 29.6 ~ 29 fps
97%
GeForce GT 435M:
28  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
16  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
Colin McRae: DIRT 2

Colin McRae: DIRT 2

2009
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
63.6 64.7 ~ 64 fps
122%
GeForce GT 435M:
45.3 110.2 fps ~ 78 fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
32.7 51.1 ~ 42 fps
126%
GeForce GT 435M:
41.1 65.5 fps ~ 53 fps
high 1360x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
24.1 25 ~ 25 fps
120%
GeForce GT 435M:
29.4 29.7 fps ~ 30 fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
12.8  fps
166%
GeForce GT 435M:
21.2 fps  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
Anno 1404

Anno 1404

2009
low 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
57.6 70 ~ 64 fps
125%
GeForce GT 435M:
60 99.3 ~ 80 fps
ultra 1280x1024
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
12  fps
168%
GeForce GT 435M:
20.1  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
Sims 3

Sims 3

2009
high 1280x1024
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
32  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
F.E.A.R. 2

F.E.A.R. 2

2009
high 1280x1024
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
39  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
19  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Left 4 Dead

Left 4 Dead

2008
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
74  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Far Cry 2

Far Cry 2

2008
low 640x480
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
79  fps
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
37.4  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
19  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Crysis Warhead

Crysis Warhead

2008
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
47  fps
134%
GeForce GT 435M:
63  fps
ultra 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
11  fps
109%
GeForce GT 435M:
12  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
Trackmania Nations Forever

Trackmania Nations Forever

2008
low 640x480
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
201  fps
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
53.3  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
28.7  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare

Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare

2007
low 800x600
GeForce GT 435M:
122.5  fps
med. 1024x768
GeForce GT 435M:
57.9  fps
high 1280x1024
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
30 59.8 ~ 45 fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
Supreme Commander - FA Bench

Supreme Commander - FA Bench

2007
low 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
48.2  fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
32.9  fps
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
27.1  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
14.9  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Crysis - GPU Benchmark

Crysis - GPU Benchmark

2007
low 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
65.7  fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
37.7  fps
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
22.7  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
5.3  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Crysis - CPU Benchmark

Crysis - CPU Benchmark

2007
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
37.3  fps
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
20.6  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
5  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
World in Conflict - Benchmark

World in Conflict - Benchmark

2007
low 800x600
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
113  fps
med. 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
53  fps
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
29  fps
ultra 1920x1080
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
12  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Call of Juarez Benchmark

Call of Juarez Benchmark

2006
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
51.3  fps
93%
GeForce GT 435M:
47.8  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
GeForce GT 435M:
»
Half Life 2 - Lost Coast Benchmark

Half Life 2 - Lost Coast Benchmark

2005
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
115  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Quake 4

Quake 4

2005
ultra 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
62  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft

2005
high 1280x1024
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
38  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Doom 3

Doom 3

2004
low 640x480
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
187  fps
ultra 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
133  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»
Quake 3 Arena - Timedemo

Quake 3 Arena - Timedemo

1999
high 1024x768
100%
GeForce GT 420M:
436  fps
GeForce GT 420M:
»

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