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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    Is there any model confirmed to be using the 7770m ?It has been announced for a month now

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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    Quote Originally Posted by nbhskie View Post
    Is there any model confirmed to be using the 7770m ?It has been announced for a month now
    nothing on the 7770m but the envy 15 should have 7750m, 17 should have 7850m at the very least. dell inspiron 15r se has 7730m
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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    Quote Originally Posted by PaKii94 View Post
    nothing on the 7770m but the envy 15 should have 7750m, 17 should have 7850m at the very least. dell inspiron 15r se has 7730m
    Wiki rate the 7770m at 32W tdp that's much smaller than 45W of current gt 650m,do you think that dv6 7000 will have 7770m ?

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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    Quote Originally Posted by nbhskie View Post
    Wiki rate the 7770m at 32W tdp that's much smaller than 45W of current gt 650m,do you think that dv6 7000 will have 7770m ?
    the dv series went with nvidia this round cause of new design and everything. envy's supposed to stick with amd
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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    Quote Originally Posted by nbhskie View Post
    Wiki rate the 7770m at 32W tdp that's much smaller than 45W of current gt 650m,do you think that dv6 7000 will have 7770m ?
    iirc AMD & nvidia have different methods to calculate the TDP of their GPUs (total board consumption <> chip consumption) so I'd take it with a grain of salt.

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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    But what is wiki's source for the TDP for 7750M?
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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    Quote Originally Posted by Botsu View Post
    iirc AMD & nvidia have different methods to calculate the TDP of their GPUs (total board consumption <> chip consumption) so I'd take it with a grain of salt.
    Used to be the case but not any more.

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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    Quote Originally Posted by iaTa View Post
    Used to be the case but not any more.
    So, will the 7770m consume less power and cooler than the gt650m ?
    This is the first time I buy a laptop (and discrete VGA too ),everything is new to me

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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    To get real power data you will have to wait for reviews.

    You also need to consider the cooling of the system more. A more power hungry chip with a better cooling system and better idle management can be better than a cooler chip with poor cooling and idle management.

    The only time you need to worry about chip power consumption by itself is as an MXM upgrade and it's unlikely the 7770M will be in an MXM format and even if it is then you would know and be doing some serious work to your notebook.
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    Default Re: AMD releases HD 7000M - mobile 7700M/7800M/7900M series

    Quote Originally Posted by Meaker View Post
    To get real power data you will have to wait for reviews.

    You also need to consider the cooling of the system more. A more power hungry chip with a better cooling system and better idle management can be better than a cooler chip with poor cooling and idle management.

    The only time you need to worry about chip power consumption by itself is as an MXM upgrade and it's unlikely the 7770M will be in an MXM format and even if it is then you would know and be doing some serious work to your notebook.
    So there won't be any mxm 3.0a cards anymore?

 

 

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