Possible "new" GTX 570M?

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  1. niffcreature

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    You sure it doesn't have at least 2 fans? You seem be a fan of it. :p

    No but seriously, its a pretty massive fan (on the 8740w which supports the 5010m) and look at the cooling of the MSI gx660 upgraded to 6990m, 16f2 with 7970m and 580m, all with the 1 fan. Really heatpipes and sinks are what make the difference after a certain point.
     
  2. Cloudfire

    Cloudfire (Really odd person)

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    It only have 1 air vent, so I`m pretty shure it only have 1 fan. :)
    I found another notebook that will have the Quadro models and its the Dell Precision series. It have 2 fans and runs very silent from the reviews I`ve seen but its fugly compared to Elitebook.

    But I`m just thinking, not done thinking if I should buy it or not :)
    If the one fan is effective like you say thats good. Will wait to see reviews first
     
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    Even though it has 1 fan it definitely has 2 air vents unless they majorly changed the design. It has one on the left side and one on the back.

    Yes my friend just got a Dell m6600. I wouldn't tell him but frankly I am somewhat disappointed. The lid curves inward where it latches. I mean its made out of metal, and it is very durable but its just not "precision" machined if you'll forgive the pun.

    The one thing about the Elitebook series that bothers me a lot is the weight. Pretty sure the HP 8560 weighs almost as much as the dell m6600, no idea what the 8760 weighs.
     
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    Quadro K3000M and Quadro K4000M have been tested

    GPU-Z of the K3000M:
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    3DMark 11:
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    Cinebench 11.5:
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    Quadro K4000M tested

    Based on 3DMark 11 it looks to be about 13% faster than GTX 580M.

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  5. aduy

    aduy Keeping it cool since 93'

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    i would imagine these k kepler quadro cards, being optimized and used in the 700 series of nvidia, this would solve all of the naming issues haha.
     
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    willy54 Notebook Guru

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    Sharing names for multiple cards hasn't stopped nvidia before. They had two 555's two different 650's and I think they even have the 640 name on two cards with different architectures. Heck they even have some mobile dermis in 28 nm. That is if I remember anandtechs preview article correctly
     
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    cloudfire, I read somewhere that the 660m is actually a 50w card. + repped you for the new info. I reckon 3830 3dmark11 75w card is more consuming close to 60w as it seems the new gpus with tdps of fermi take less power. I hope nvidia release a 700m series undervolted more to get some more better performance per watt.
     
  8. Kevin

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    Disappointing performance from the K3000M, barely outscoring the GTX 660M.

    And I wish these Chinese leakers understood the value of the 3DMark11 GPU score.
     
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    Well the K3000M is clocked much lower than 660M, 654MHz vs 950MHz. The VRAM is ridicilous low clocked with the K3000M, 700MHz vs 1250MHz, but it have 256bit bus. Wonder how they compare heat wise.

    I`d imagine we will see non Quadro models for K4000M once the 700M series are here, that will be clocked higher than now
     
  10. Kevin

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    Oh, didn't even notice how sickly the VRAM clocks are.
    If that happens, I hope we're only looking at significantly downclocked versions of the 760 and 770.

    But I expect GK106 to play heavily in their next set of mobile cards, just like GF104 after GF100.
     
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