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GeForce GTX 660M vs GT 730A
Released March, 2012
- 835 MHz
- 2 GB GDDR5
by Don-Woligroski (Sep, 2012)
Although Zotac employs more conservative clock rates than Gigabyte, its 993 MHz core and 1059 MHz average GPU Boost speeds still represent 13 and 26 MHz improvements over Nvidia's specification.
Released July, 2014
- 719 MHz
- 2 GB DDR3
by Jarred-Walton (May, 2012)
The A8-4500M takes a pretty major chunk out of the GPU (one third of the GPU cores are gone along with a slight drop in maximum clock speed) while maintaining roughly 80% of the CPU performance, so it can fit into slightly cheaper laptops but will likely drop gaming performance from “moderate” to “light.
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Differences What are the advantages of each
|Significantly higher effective memory clock speed||4,000 MHz||vs||1,800 MHz||Around 2.2x higher effective memory clock speed|
|Significantly higher memory bandwidth||64 GB/s||vs||28.8 GB/s||Around 2.2x higher memory bandwidth|
|Higher clock speed||835 MHz||vs||719 MHz||More than 15% higher clock speed|
|Better passmark score||1,486||vs||791||Around 90% better passmark score|
|Higher texture rate||26.7 GTexel/s||vs||14.4 GTexel/s||More than 85% higher texture rate|
|More render output processors||16||vs||8||Twice as many render output processors|
|More texture mapping units||32||vs||20||12 more texture mapping units|
|Higher memory clock speed||1,000 MHz||vs||900 MHz||More than 10% higher memory clock speed|
|Lower TDP||33W||vs||50W||Around 35% lower TDP|