First GTX 860m Benchmarks Leaked Online
Peter Donnell / 7 years ago
It was just over a month ago that Nvidia introduced their Maxwell architecture to the gaming world. Their Maxwell GM107 hardware is at the heart of the mid-range GTX 750 and the slightly pluckier GTX 750 Ti. Nvidia are now pushing their Maxwell hardware into the realm of laptops, with the introduction of the GTX 860M.
The GTX 860M appears to have an identical setup to the GTX 750 Ti. It features 640 CUDA cores, 40 TMUs, 16 ROPs, 2GB of GDDR5 memory @ 5GHz and a 128-bit interface. Check out the leaked screenshot below.
The leaked images on the Notebook Review forums also left some tasty benchmark scores. 3D Mark 11 performance came in at P5339, extreme at X1662, pretty much double that of the GTX 660M which scored P2563 and X774. It’s great to see that mobile hardware is making some serious improvements and double the power is certainly nothing to be sniffed at.
Thank you VR-Zone for providing us with this information.
Images courtesy of Notebook Review.