NVIDIA Announces the GeForce Go 7900GTX and 7900GS

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  1. satein

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    LaptopLogic posts today news on the anouncement of 7900GTX and 7900Gs Go series
    http://www.laptoplogic.com/news/detail.php?id=678&PHPSESSID=3f1e39b7ee68db51d7bb634011bfe0b5

    The 7900GTX core speed is 500 MHz with 600 MHz memory. Power rating of the 7900GTX is at 68W and will score 4596 on 3DMark06, according to NVIDIA. The 7900GTX Go performance would be better than that of the mobility X1800 but with the expense of higher power consumption rate, the red is rated at 35W.
    The 7900GS core speed is 375 MHz with 500 MHz memory. Power consumption is rated at roughly 35W. Hopefully, the red team will strike back with mobility X1900 very soon :razz: as LaptopLogic also reported here.

    Edit: just correcting typo and missing things.
     
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    Nice, a LL reader on B3D! I just posted that like an hour ago :)

    What's interesting is that the 7900GTX Go also has 302mil transistors, just like the 7800GTX Go. The desktop version has quite a few less transistors, like 280mil-ish, IIRC.
     
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    that means nvidia saved on powersaving features on the desktop version?
     
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