Apparently, some hardware sites got their hands on an NVIDIA driver listing with several new product codes. They claim thirteen N16(P/E) chips are listed (although I count twelve (??)). While I do not have much knowledge of NVIDIA's internal product structure, the GeForce GTX 880M, based on Kepler, is apparently listed as N15E.
Things have changed a lot since this presentation.
These new parts will allegedly be based on the second-generation Maxwell architecture. Also, the source believes that these new GPUs will in the GeForce GTX 800-series, possibly with the MX suffix that was last seen in October 2012 with the GeForce GTX 680MX. Of course, being a long-time PC gamer, the MX suffix does not exactly ring positive with my memory. It used to be the Ti-line that you wanted, and the MX-line that you could afford. But who am I kidding? None of that is relevant these days. Get off my lawn.
Maxwell – Late,
Maxwell – Late, missing original features, not 20nm, and over-hyped.
Wake me when Nvidia has something interesting.
Much rather have a gsync
Much rather have a gsync laptop, so that the stuff i can run – runs cleanly and artifact free…
I see NO point in ANY new gpu`s before this is mainstream.
The rebranding on the mobile
The rebranding on the mobile site is ridiculous. What will they call the 800M series when they have already released the 880M in March 2014? I guess who cares right?