GeForce GT 735M 

Released April, 2013
  • 575 MHz
  • 2 GB DDR3
6.1 Out of 10

The GTX 765M is also based on the 28nm GK106 Kepler GPU but features 768 CUDA cores and works at 850MHz+ GPU clock and comes with 2GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 4GHz and paired up with a 128-bit memory interface for 64GB/s of memory bandwidth.
by Slobodan-Simic (May, 2013)
These chips are still based on Kepler (600-series), but feature more CUDA cores, more memory, a wider memory bus, and faster clockspeeds.
by Tim-Verry (Jun, 2013)

GPUBoss Review Our evaluation of the GeForce GT 735M


Real world tests using the latest 3D games

GeForce GT 735M
BioShock Infinite, Dead Space 3, Diablo III and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3


Synthetic tests to measure overall performance

GeForce GT 735M
PassMark, 3DMark 11 Graphics, 3DMark Vantage Graphics and 3DMark06

Compute Performance

General computing tests executed on the GPU

GeForce GT 735M
PassMark Direct Compute and CLBenchmark Raytrace


GPUBoss Score

Gaming, Benchmarks and Compute Performance

GeForce GT 735M

Benchmarks Real world tests of the GeForce GT 735M

PassMark Industry standard benchmark for overall graphics card performanceData courtesy Passmark

GeForce GT 735M

3DMark 11 Graphics Industry standard benchmark that tests DirectX 11 GPU performance

GeForce GT 735M
GeForce 940M
GeForce 840M

3DMark Vantage Graphics Industry standard benchmark that tests DirectX 10 GPU performance

GeForce GT 735M

BioShock Infinite 1920 x 1080 - Ultra preset + DX11 (DDOF)

GeForce GT 735M
8.28 fps
GeForce GT 750M
16.3 fps
GeForce 940M
14.07 fps

Dead Space 3 1920 x 1080 - Very High preset

GeForce GT 735M
24.9 fps
GeForce GT 750M
39.5 fps
GeForce GT 740M
33.95 fps

Diablo III 1920 x 1080 - High + AA

GeForce GT 735M
38.2 fps
GeForce GT 750M
66.6 fps
GeForce 840M
17.7 fps

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NVIDIA Announces Quadro M6000 & Quadro VCA (2015)

by Ryan Smith |
However the company is also pushing the use of Physically Based Rendering (PBR), a compute-intensive rendering solution that uses far more accurate rendering algorithms to accurately model the physical characteristic of a material, in essence properly capturing how light will interact with that material and reflect off of it rather than using a rough approximation.
On the overall performance front, Quadro M6000 is expected to offer a significant performance boost over K6000, similar to what we’ve seen on the consumer side with GTX Titan X. Along with the greater clockspeed and the slight increase in the number of CUDA cores, M6000 brings with it the Maxwell 2 family architecture and its efficiency improvements.
Nvidia would also most probably release a 880M SLI Configuration which would be the king of mobile graphics for a year or so.
Details about Maxwell’s Mobility series surfaced a few days back and now predicted benchmarks have also surfaced.
The GTX 780M is not quite the mobile equivalent to the desktop GTX 680, but NVIDIA is matching it up against AMD's 8970M GPU and claims that it can run games like Sleeping Dogs, Assassins Creed 3, and Borderlands 2 at Ultra settings (1080p).
NVIDIA is now adding higher-end mobile GPUs to the 700M family with the GTX 760M, GTX 765M, GTX 770M, and GTX 780M.

Nvidia officially launches GTX 700M GPUs

by Slobodan Simic |
Nvidia also claims that it will have 99%+ share on Haswell gaming notebooks and we are quite sure that we will see many of those at Computex show.
All four new mobile GPUs are based on 28nm Kepler architecture and while GTX 780M is the only one based on the GK104 GPU with 1536 CUDA cores.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


GPU brand Nvidia
GPU name GK208
Market Laptop
Clock speed 575 MHz
Is dual GPU No
Reference card None

raw performance

Shading units 384
Texture mapping units 16
Render output processors 8
Pixel rate 4.6 GPixel/s
Texture rate 9.2 GTexel/s
Floating-point performance 441.6 GFLOPS


Memory clock speed 900 MHz
Effective memory clock speed 1,800 MHz
Memory bus 64 bit
Memory 2,048 MB
Memory type DDR3
Memory bandwidth 14.4 GB/s

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