GeForce MX110 

First seen on June, 2018

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Nvidia Geforce Mobility GTX 870MX Spotted – A Possible High End Maxwell Variant

by Syed Muhammad Usman Pirzada |
There are two probable scenarios on what happened, either we are getting the high end Maxwell mobility as a counter to the AMD R9 M295X or this is just a clerical typo.
Now if these are indeed Maxwell chips then we are almost certainly looking at 28nm Maxwell, since latest reports indicated that the 20nm node is not mature enough for the fabrication of high performance ASICs (GPUs in this case).
Explaining why, Matt specifically states that “at 28nm for an enthusiast GPU, we can achieve higher clock speeds and higher absolute performance.
These are ballpark figures of course, so we’ll know more once the GPU formally launches, including of course how well that large die and new microarchitecture translate into performance.

Report: Nvidia Making Dual-GK110 Graphics Card

by Niels Broekhuijsen |
Making such a graphics card might be a challenge, but in the past we've seen Nvidia put two high-power GPUs on a single PCB with the GTX 295.
Moreover, its price is expected not to exceed $1,000.

Report: Nvidia Working on Second GK110 Consumer GPU

by Niels Broekhuijsen |
To pull this off, it seems the most affordable way to do this is to take a GK110 GPU and disable two of the fifteen SMX-units.
Users could still find 208 texture memory units, 40 ROPs, and a 320-bit memory bus that drives 5 GB of GDDR5 memory.

Specifications Full list of technical specs


GPU brand Nvidia
Is dual GPU No
Reference card None
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