GTX is NVIDIA’s top tier cards. Although, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 Titan has not been brought in to the market yet but it’s expected that the mobile counterparts of their Pascal GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 are shipping along upcoming gaming laptops of Clevo.
Although, NVIDIA has officially not confirmed the Mobile Pascal video cards yet but some former reports have established that GTX 1070M, GTX 1080M and the full GTX 1080 plus GTX 1070 mobile video cards both will co-exist. The very first video card from NVIDIA to get a full-powered counterpart on laptops was GTX 980 and it appears that the new Pascal GPUs of the company will also follow the same channel.
According to Video Cardz, Clevo Inc. has listed the product page for their P870DM notebooks with the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 SLI cards. Besides that, Clevo’s GTX 1080 SLI model is much more better in performance than a desktop single ordinary GTX 1080 video card.
Moreover, Clevo’s upcoming laptop models like Clevo P870DM3-G and P870DM2-G will be coming with the new GTX 10 series video cards along a chipset of Intel Z170 and a CPU of Intel Core i7-6700K clocked at 4.0GHz. Besides, there are other models coming with the processing units i5-6500, i5-6600K and i7-6700.
According to Tweak Town sources, another important feature of Clevo gaming laptops is that the mobile GTX 1070/1080 video cards will come with resolution of 1080 pixels and screen displays of 4K. The gaming laptops of Clevo like P870DM coming with the mobile GTX 10 Series SLI cards can be soon utilized by gamers who wish to use 4K screens.
As far as the primary memory (RAM) of these products is considered, it has not been finally decided till now. Moreover, up to 64GB in DDR4 RAM can be supported by the Clevo notebooks. So in other words, the gamers will be able to get the best performance even with the GTX 1080 SLI setup and the i7-6700K processors.
NVIDIA’s mobile GTX 1070 card will come with more CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture is a parallel computing platform and API model created by NVIDIA) cores relative to its desktop counterpart. This way with low power consumption same graphics performance would be available. The GTX 1080 card, with the SLI configurations, will also be getting a similar setup.
As far as price is concerned, Clevo has not yet set it for their P870DM3 gaming laptops. However, it’s expected that the company’s notebooks coming with GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 cards will have prices of at least $1500 with the higher-end models would be costing $3000 approximately.