NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics Driver
Sort and filter through all currently available mobile graphics cards by 8, NVIDIA GeForce GTX SLI (Laptop), Pascal, , , , , 2x GeForce M. Designed for a premium laptop experience, GeForce® M delivers up to 4X faster graphics performance for gaming, while also accelerating photo and video-editing applications. NVIDIA® Optimus® technology gives you the performance of dedicated graphics when you need it and long battery life when you don't. Includes support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX graphics cards as well as support for GeForce GTX Notebook: The application hangs during launch.
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NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics Driver
GeForce Launched on August 31,the GeForce NV10 was the first consumer-level PC graphics chip shipped with hardware transform, lighting, and shading although 3D games utilizing this feature did not appear until later. GeForce 2 series[ edit ] NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics article: Nvidia moved to a twin texture processor per pipeline 4x2 design, doubling texture fillrate per clock compared to GeForce The GeForce 2 Ultra was the high-end model in this series.
NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics 3 series[ edit ] Main article: GeForce 3 series Launched in Februarythe GeForce3 NV20 introduced programmable vertex and pixel shaders to the GeForce family and to consumer-level graphics accelerators. It had good overall performance and shader support, making it popular with enthusiasts although it never hit the midrange price point.
GeForce 4 series[ edit ] Main article: The NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics advancements included enhancements to anti-aliasing capabilities, an improved memory controller, a second vertex shader, and a manufacturing process size reduction to increase clock speeds. It targeted the value segment of the market and lacked pixel shaders.
GeForce GTX 700M Laptop Graphics Card Series
GeForce FX series[ edit ] Main article: The GPU was designed not only to support the new Shader Model 2 NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics but also to perform well on older titles. However, initial models like the GeForce FX Ultra suffered from weak floating point shader performance and excessive heat which required infamously noisy two-slot cooling solutions.
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Products in this series carry the model number, as it is the fifth generation of the GeForce, though Nvidia marketed the cards as GeForce FX instead of GeForce 5 to show off "the dawn of cinematic rendering". GeForce 6 series[ edit ] Main article: GeForce 7 series[ edit ] Main article: The design was a refined version of GeForce 6, with the major improvements being a widened pipeline and an increase in clock NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics.
These new anti-aliasing modes were later enabled for the GeForce 6 series as well. This era began the transition to the PCI-Express interface.
GeForce 8 series[ edit ] Main article: GeForce 9 series and series[ edit ] Main articles: The series features the new GT core on a 65nm die. GeForce series and series[ edit ] Main articles: The GTX and GTX were heavily criticized due to high power use, high temperatures, NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics very loud noise that were not balanced by the performance offered, even though the GTX was the fastest DirectX 11 card as of its introduction.
It featured NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics performance, less power utilization, heat and noise than the preceding GTX GeForce series, series and M series[ edit ] Main articles: It introduced significant improvements in performance, heat, and power efficiency compared to the Fermi architecture and closely matched AMD's flagship Radeon HD At the end of MayNvidia announced the series, which was still based on the Kepler architecture, however it featured a NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics card at the top of the lineup. At the same time, Nvidia announced ShadowPlaya screen capture solution that used an integrated H.
It could be used to record gameplay without a capture card, and with negligible performance decrease compared to software recording solutions, and was available even on the NVIDIA Notebook GeForce Graphics generation GeForce series cards. The software beta for ShadowPlay, however, experienced multiple delays and would not be released until the end of October