Based on the architecture of the powerful NVIDIA GeForce 7900 desktop GPU, the GeForce Go 7950 GTX that is being announced today has been specifically architected for the high-end of the mainstream notebook segment. Providing excellent video and multimedia processing power, and very capable 3D performance for today?s leading game titles, the GeForce Go 7950 GTX is a high-performance GPU with roughly 45W power consumption. Like all other GeForce 7-series GPUs, the Go 7950 GTX is Microsoft Vista-ready just like the previous mobile GPU series.
After looking at the GeForce Go 7950 GTX specifications we can see that not too much has changed when comparing it to the GeForce Go 7900GTX other than the clock frequencies on the memory and the core. Looking at the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7 Family Specification chart below you can see the only changes are due to the clock frequencies.
The GeForce Go 7950GTX features a 75MHz increase on the core and a 100MHz increase on the memory clock, so it’s basically an overclocked 7900GTX when you blow all the smoke out of the room and get down and dirty.