NVIDIA GTX 970M Laptops
Mid-Tier Maxwell On The Move
Designed primarily for power-savings and Mid-Tier gaming performance, the GTX 970M has proven to be great GPU for gaming on-the-go where power-efficiency matters the most, along with high framerates and a great visual experience for Full HD displays. As Nvidia’s Mobile series GPU, gamers can expect great thermals with capabilities in overclocking, thanks to the architectural improvements in Nvidia’s Maxwell technologies.
Featuring Nvidia’s latest game software technologies, for gamers looking to stream, record, and share their gaming experiences, Nvidia’s GeForce Experience software is the ideal solution. Along with GameWorks, PhysX, ShadowWorks, HairWorks and G-Sync, gamers are provided with an improved visual experience, exclusively developed by Nvidia. Built for power-efficiency with a gaming experience of Mid-Tier performance, Full HD gaming at high framerates at Medium - High quality settings in modern games is where the GTX 970M sees the most benefit.
Equipped with 1280 Cuda cores with a base clock of 924MHz, the GPU features 3GB of GDDR5 memory running at 5000MHz across a 192-bit Bus. This gives way for 2.3 TFLOPs of compute performance, making it ideal for power-efficiency with a gaming experience that’s of great performance and visual impressive. As the improvements in Nvidia’s Maxwell architecture allow for great thermals with power-efficiency as the focus of the GPU, gamers can expect impressive overclocking from GTX 970M, allowing for higher framerates and an enhanced gaming experience.
GTX 970M Average Benchmark Results:
Battlefield 1 – High/Ultra Quality – Full HD: 60fps
Gears of War 4 – High Quality – Full HD: 60fps
DOOM – Medium/High Quality – Full HD: 60fps
Grand Theft Auto V – Medium/High Quality – Full HD: 60fps