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NVIDIA GTX 1080 Laptops
Portable Pascal Pixel Pushers
Fitted with the latest Nvidia GeForce GTX 10 Series GPUs, gaming laptops of the Nvidia line-up utilize the same graphics card technology featured in desktop class graphics cards. Thanks to the advancements in power efficiency, GPU die shrinks and thermal dissipation, Nvidia now uses the same GPUs for both the desktop and laptop gaming platform, with no compromises being made in order to ensure top-tier performance.
Built upon the 16nm FinFet technology of the Pascal architecture, Nvidia’s flagship graphics card – the GeForce GTX 1080 is Nvidia’s most power efficient and highest performing graphics card of the GeForce GTX 10 Series line-up. Delivering twice the performance of the previous generation’s leading graphics card – the GTX 980Ti of the Maxwell architecture, gamers are guaranteed an uncompromised and unrivalled level of performance and gaming experience, making 4K and VR gaming a possibility with high framerates and maximum visual quality.
As the Nvidia GeForce GTX 10 Series graphics cards remain identical between the desktop and laptop platforms, Nvidia no longer uses the “M” nomenclature, meaning Mobile GPUs. This means performance is the same across the platforms, giving way for improved battery life, cooler running laptops, and higher screen resolutions being viable for use. This also allows for improved overclocking features and custom cooling solutions being implemented by the manufacturer.
Featuring 2560 Cuda Cores rated at 1733MHz, 8GB GDDR5X Memory on a 256-Bit Bus – rated at 10Gbps with a Memory Bandwidth of 320GB/s, the GTX 1080 incorporates many of Nvidia’s latest technologies, including GameStream, G-Sync, GameWorks and Battery Boost. Gamers in need of a powerful gaming machine that delivers high-end performance in a portable platform, gaming laptops equipped with GTX 1080 graphics cards can provide the full potential of Nvidia’s highest performing flagship GPU.
GTX 1080 Average Benchmark Results:
Battlefield 1 – Ultra Quality – 1440p: 80-110fps
Gears of War 4 – Ultra Quality – 1440p: 90fps
DOOM – Ultra Quality – 4K: 50-60fps
Grand Theft Auto V – Ultra Quality – 1440p: 100fps+