You might have seen its name being tossed around at CES 2015 through new gaming laptops that were launched at the event but somehow NVIDIA didn’t make it a hoo-ha and put more emphasis on its new Tegra X1 instead. Nevertheless, heads up gamers: the GeForce GTX 965M GPU is officially here.
Made using Maxwell architecture, the new GeForce GTX 965M is the third member of GeForce 900M GPU series after 980M and 970M that were launched few months ago. It comes with a base clock speed of 924MHz and features 1024 CUDA cores. Other than that, the new GPU is also built 128-bit GDDR5 memory interface with a memory clock speed of 2500MHz and memory bandwidth of 80GB/sec.
However, NVIDIA didn’t revealed the maximum amount of VRAM that the GPU is able to offer. At the same time, the GPU is also equipped with plenty of NVIDIA in-house tech such as Battery Boost 2.0, GPU Boost, Optimus, Adaptive V-Sync, and others.
As mentioned earlier, you can expect to see the GPU being featured on upcoming gaming laptops such as Alienware 15 (shown above), AORUS X5, GIGABYTE P35K v3, and MSI GE62 Apache with more models are expected to be announced in the future.