GTX 1070M Specifications leak

GTX 1070M Specifications leak

GTX 1070M Specifications leak

GTX 1070M Specifications leak


The specification of Nvidia's GTX 1070M has leaked online, showcasing a GPU with more CUDA cores than the GTX 1070 that run a slightly lower clock speeds. 

This means that the GTX 1070 and GTX 1070M will offer similar performance while using different GPU configurations. These two GPU configurations were likely made to better optimise the power draw of the mobile version while still achieving the performance that Nvidia desired for the desktop version. 

  GTX 1070M Specifications leak  

Below is a table comparing the specifications of the GTX 1070 compared to these leaked specifications for the GTX 1070M. 


 GTX 1070GTX 1070M
GPU ArchitecturePascalPascal
Process node16nm16nm
Die Size314mm2 314mm2
Transistors7.2 Billion 7.2 Billion
CUDA Core Count1920 2048 
VRAM Cappacity8GB 8GB
Memory Speed8008MHz 8008MHz
Memory Bus Size256-bit 256-bit 
Base clock speed1506MHz 1443MHz 
Boost clock speed1683MHz 1645MHz 


At this time we do not know when Nvidia will launch their mobile pascal GPU lineup, but it is likely to come within the next few weeks or months. 

Right now we have already seen several hardware manufacturers tease mobile Pascal GPUs and have already heard reports that the mobile Pascal launch may be coming soon


You can join the discussion on the GTX 1070M's leaked specifications on the OC3D Forums


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Most Recent Comments

21-07-2016, 17:20:50

I wonder if a laptop when plugged in could clock higher when power draw is not as much of an issue, overtaking the desktop version.

If heat were an issue in conventional laptop designs, maybe a model like the Asus hybrid cooling laptop/dock would allow for some significantly higher clocks if the internal block touched all the warm bits.

This would all be null if Nvidia still has mobile OC locked (I think it's locked once again correct?).Quote

21-07-2016, 20:46:55

it also has more TMUs and has a higher texture fill rate much higher than my OC 1070 which is just above 200 this one is nearly at 250.Quote

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