NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) To Go Big On New Notebook


Dallas, Texas 03/13/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) is the new 800M notebook GPU, which it hopes to see high returns. This model which is based on Maxwell architecture is one of its low-cost platforms. The Kepler architecture is what the company has been using for its higher models.

Currently, one of the top-line products for the company is GTX 880M. This model is posed to compete against the AMDs model called the R9 M290X. This model is known to hold 1536 cores as well as the 954 MHz. The GPU clock and the 256-bit GDDR5 graphics includes a Random Access Model Interface only.

NVIDIA Corporation(NASDAQ:NVDA) expects to this model perform well on the consumer market, given the Battery Boost technology it has included. This is found in high –end as well as the mid-range 800M section as well. This technology which will provide great leverage for the high end range is expected to help the chipmaker to strike a lead in the crowded notebook industry.

The key to gaming sessions, on notebooks is the battery life and with the innovative Battery Boost, Nvidia will now see an increase in the life hours by over 50%. The technology which the company has adopted to achieve this higher battery performance has been- the manipulation of the frame rate, especially at the target level. The technology is also engaged in monitoring and viewing several of non-GPU system levels as well.

NVIDIA Corporation(NASDAQ:NVDA) also offers that its batteries boost on Maxwell architecture allow its bring to notebooks which are stronger for gaming use, and at the same time are perfect for building thinner and lighter notebooks. Another technology analysts too confirms this, suggesting that these discrete notebooks with GPU shipments are on the rise by 3.2% for a quarter on quarter basis for the fourth quarter. In contrast, peers such as AMD reported fall by 6.7%.

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