Nvidia has unveiled seven new graphic card offerings in the range of GeForce 400M series, which aides in boosting the internet browsing experience on laptops.
The company claims that introduction of Fermi graphics chips will help offer better support for browsing speed and images in 3D. It has been developed with the proprietary "switchable graphics Optimus technology" which aides laptops to migrate from integrated to discrete graphics depending on the workload.
Rene Haas, general manager of Notebook GPUs, at Nvidia says, "The GeForce 400M Series takes the award-winning Fermi architecture across a complete line-up of DirectX 11 GPUs for notebook. Coupled with Optimus technology, 400M Series notebook GPUs deliver great performance for visual computing applications when you need it, and great battery life when you don't."
The GPU manufacturer proclaims that the Fermi chips will be released in the upcoming holiday season, and supposedly are 40 percent faster and performance aimed than early versions.
The graphic card maker has publicized that noted notebook makers such as Acer, Asus, Dell, Lenovo, Samsung and Toshiba are supposedly the on-board users to partner with Nvidia.
It was further stated that the mightiest version in Nvidia is the GTX480M which comes with 352 CUDA cores, runs at 850MHz and comes with GDDR5 memory clocked at 1.2GHz.
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