The new lineup includes the GeForce GTS 360M and GTS 350M in the “High Performance” category, the “Performance” GeForce GT 335M, GT 330M, and GT 325M, and the GeForce 310M and 305M “Mainstream” GPUs. Currently, there are no 300M Series models in NVIDIA’s “Enthusiast” and “Value” categories.
The 300M GPUs support GPU-accelerated video and image processing applications built with Microsoft’s new DirectCompute API, as well as older technologies such as DirectX 10, CUDA, PhysX, and PureVideo. The GeForce GTS 360M and GTS 350M additionally support two-way SLI.
According to the GPU specifications, the most of the GeForce 300M chips have the same or similar 3D graphics performance as their 200M Series counterparts.
|NVIDIA GeForce 300M||Cores||Performance (Gigaflops)|
|High Performance (128-bit)|
We have found two notebook models in the US market that feature the GeForce 300M GPUs. These are the Toshiba Qosmio X505-Q875, and X505-Q870, both with the GTS 360M.
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