Notebook's gtx 1060 are better then Standart desktop's gtx 1050 ti ?
Hello Guys , Yesterday i bought lenovo legion y520 with gtx 1060 it is quite expensive in my country (Turkey) like a car prise almost :) . The problem is i did not know a notebook version of gtx 1060 i thought it will be same as regular desktop's graphics card .What i wanna know is all gaming notebooks has mobile graphics card ? or some of them is same with desktop's grapic cards if so please give some samples . And i want a benchmark test compare to desktops 1060 and 1050 ti . Please if someone knows anytihng about this please make comments Thank you all .
Hello Guys ,

Yesterday i bought lenovo legion y520 with gtx 1060 it is quite expensive in my country (Turkey) like a car prise almost :) .

The problem is i did not know a notebook version of gtx 1060 i thought it will be same as regular desktop's graphics card .What i wanna know is all gaming notebooks has mobile graphics card ? or some of them is same with desktop's grapic cards if so please give some samples .

And i want a benchmark test compare to desktops 1060 and 1050 ti . Please if someone knows anytihng about this please make comments

Thank you all .

#1
Posted 10/28/2017 08:58 AM   
[quote]with desktop's grapic cards if so please give some samples . [/quote] Asus: ROG-G701VI ROG Strix GL502 G752VS OC Edition w/ GTX1070 ROG Zephyrus G752VS w/ GTX1070 MSI: GS73VR Stealth Pro GT62VR Dominator Pro-005 GT72VR Tobii-256 GT72VR Dominator Pro-015 --GT72VR Dominator Pro-257 --GT72VR Dominator Pro-288 GT62VR Dominator Pro-238 --GT62VR Dominator Pro-239 GE72MVR Apache Pro-001 --GE72MVR APACHE PRO-044 --GE72MVR APACHE PRO-058 --GE72MVR APACHE PRO-062 GT75VR TITAN-083 --GT75VR Titan SLI 4K-028 --GT75VR Titan Pro 4K-082 --GT75VR TITAN Pro-202 --GT75VR TITAN PRO 4K-214 --GT75VR TITAN PRO-215 Gigabyte: P56XT P57X v7 P55W v7 Dell/Alienware: All Alienware 15,17 laptops with graphics option of "GTX-1070" or higher. Acer: PREDATOR 15 (G9-593-71EH) PREDATOR 17 (G9-793-79V5) PREDATOR 17 (GX-792-77BL) PREDATOR 21X (GX21-71-76ZF) Sagar/Clevo: SAGER NP8157 (CLEVO P650HS-G) SAGER NP8370 (CLEVO PA71HP6-G) SAGER NP8950 (CLEVO P950HP6) SAGER NP8156 (CLEVO P650HP6-G) SAGER NP8952 (CLEVO P950HR) SAGER NP9153 (CLEVO P750DM2-G) SAGER NP8372 (CLEVO PA71HS) SAGER NP9876 (CLEVO P870KM1-G) SAGER NP9153-S (CLEVO P750DM2-G) SAGER NP9172-S (CLEVO P775DM3-G) Other models include a technology called "Optimus" which not only uses the lower-end "mobile" components (variations of) but will switch (automatically) between the Intel CPU and the Graphics card for it's rendering instructions. While this is GREAT for battery life/power draw it's absolutely horrid for heavy processing tasks and multi-monitor output as ALL internal/external displays (monitors) are connected directly to the "CPU" and NOT he graphics card; unlike a desktop unit. So you'll want to avoid any laptop which supports "Optimus" technology. Allow me to explain how Nvidia's model numbers work; so that you are better able to understand the differences between them, and how they are classified. 1st thing to note is that there are two differing classes of "consumer" graphics chips offered by Nvidia; "GT" and "GTX". - "GT" class GPUs are designed for "media" applications such as HD video playback and Flash (think Facebook) games. These perform very poorly in "modern gaming" titles and/or 3D modeling/rendering. - "GTX" class GPUs are designed for "gaming" and moderate 3D modeling in mind -The 1st number of the model# refers to the "series" and has ZERO indication of performance. -The 2nd # relates to the card's actual performance within that series. -The end suffix "ti" refers to a mid-point card (or "half year" since these are usually released 6-8 months after the non-"ti" version). A "ti" card usually has ~20% better performance than the non-ti model and is "halfway" between the non-ti model and the next model up. (ie: GTX650->GTX650ti->GTX660) -The "GT" line runs from x10 -> x40 (Media grade) -The "GTX" line runs from x50 -> x80 (Gaming grade); while the x"90" is a dual GPU card which currently ended with the GTX690. (Titan excluded) Example 1: The model# GTX-650 tells us that it's a "600 series", "gaming grade", entry level GPU "GTX"= gaming "6"= 600 series "50"= entry level "gaming" GPU (ie: 50 of 80) -Then there's the "M" notation... This stands for a "Mobile" (ie: Laptop) chip and in NO WAY compares to its desktop cousin in respect to performance. Typically; mobile chips offer an approx "loss" in performance of 40%-60% when compared to the desktop version. [quote]And i want a benchmark test compare to desktops 1060 and 1050 ti [/quote] -[url=http://bfy.tw/Ej5K]Link[/url]
with desktop's grapic cards if so please give some samples .

Asus:
ROG-G701VI
ROG Strix GL502
G752VS OC Edition w/ GTX1070
ROG Zephyrus
G752VS w/ GTX1070

MSI:
GS73VR Stealth Pro
GT62VR Dominator Pro-005
GT72VR Tobii-256
GT72VR Dominator Pro-015
--GT72VR Dominator Pro-257
--GT72VR Dominator Pro-288
GT62VR Dominator Pro-238
--GT62VR Dominator Pro-239
GE72MVR Apache Pro-001
--GE72MVR APACHE PRO-044
--GE72MVR APACHE PRO-058
--GE72MVR APACHE PRO-062
GT75VR TITAN-083
--GT75VR Titan SLI 4K-028
--GT75VR Titan Pro 4K-082
--GT75VR TITAN Pro-202
--GT75VR TITAN PRO 4K-214
--GT75VR TITAN PRO-215

Gigabyte:
P56XT
P57X v7
P55W v7


Dell/Alienware:
All Alienware 15,17 laptops with graphics option of "GTX-1070" or higher.

Acer:
PREDATOR 15 (G9-593-71EH)
PREDATOR 17 (G9-793-79V5)
PREDATOR 17 (GX-792-77BL)
PREDATOR 21X (GX21-71-76ZF)

Sagar/Clevo:
SAGER NP8157 (CLEVO P650HS-G)
SAGER NP8370 (CLEVO PA71HP6-G)
SAGER NP8950 (CLEVO P950HP6)
SAGER NP8156 (CLEVO P650HP6-G)
SAGER NP8952 (CLEVO P950HR)
SAGER NP9153 (CLEVO P750DM2-G)
SAGER NP8372 (CLEVO PA71HS)
SAGER NP9876 (CLEVO P870KM1-G)
SAGER NP9153-S (CLEVO P750DM2-G)
SAGER NP9172-S (CLEVO P775DM3-G)


Other models include a technology called "Optimus" which not only uses the lower-end "mobile" components (variations of) but will switch (automatically) between the Intel CPU and the Graphics card for it's rendering instructions. While this is GREAT for battery life/power draw it's absolutely horrid for heavy processing tasks and multi-monitor output as ALL internal/external displays (monitors) are connected directly to the "CPU" and NOT he graphics card; unlike a desktop unit. So you'll want to avoid any laptop which supports "Optimus" technology.

Allow me to explain how Nvidia's model numbers work; so that you are better able to understand the differences between them, and how they are classified.

1st thing to note is that there are two differing classes of "consumer" graphics chips offered by Nvidia; "GT" and "GTX".

- "GT" class GPUs are designed for "media" applications such as HD video playback and Flash (think Facebook) games. These perform very poorly in "modern gaming" titles and/or 3D modeling/rendering.
- "GTX" class GPUs are designed for "gaming" and moderate 3D modeling in mind

-The 1st number of the model# refers to the "series" and has ZERO indication of performance.
-The 2nd # relates to the card's actual performance within that series.
-The end suffix "ti" refers to a mid-point card (or "half year" since these are usually released 6-8 months after the non-"ti" version). A "ti" card usually has ~20% better performance than the non-ti model and is "halfway" between the non-ti model and the next model up. (ie: GTX650->GTX650ti->GTX660)

-The "GT" line runs from x10 -> x40 (Media grade)
-The "GTX" line runs from x50 -> x80 (Gaming grade); while the x"90" is a dual GPU card which currently ended with the GTX690. (Titan excluded)

Example 1:
The model# GTX-650 tells us that it's a "600 series", "gaming grade", entry level GPU
"GTX"= gaming
"6"= 600 series
"50"= entry level "gaming" GPU (ie: 50 of 80)

-Then there's the "M" notation... This stands for a "Mobile" (ie: Laptop) chip and in NO WAY compares to its desktop cousin in respect to performance. Typically; mobile chips offer an approx "loss" in performance of 40%-60% when compared to the desktop version.

And i want a benchmark test compare to desktops 1060 and 1050 ti

-Link

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#2
Posted 10/28/2017 09:42 AM   
So those laptops's are same as desktop's graphics cards ? not mobile verion ? Asus: ROG-G701VI ROG Strix GL502 G752VS OC Edition w/ GTX1070 ROG Zephyrus G752VS w/ GTX1070 MSI: GS73VR Stealth Pro GT62VR Dominator Pro-005 GT72VR Tobii-256 GT72VR Dominator Pro-015 --GT72VR Dominator Pro-257 --GT72VR Dominator Pro-288 GT62VR Dominator Pro-238 --GT62VR Dominator Pro-239 GE72MVR Apache Pro-001 --GE72MVR APACHE PRO-044 --GE72MVR APACHE PRO-058 --GE72MVR APACHE PRO-062 GT75VR TITAN-083 --GT75VR Titan SLI 4K-028 --GT75VR Titan Pro 4K-082 --GT75VR TITAN Pro-202 --GT75VR TITAN PRO 4K-214 --GT75VR TITAN PRO-215 Gigabyte: P56XT P57X v7 P55W v7 Dell/Alienware: All Alienware 15,17 laptops with graphics option of "GTX-1070" or higher. Acer: PREDATOR 15 (G9-593-71EH) PREDATOR 17 (G9-793-79V5) PREDATOR 17 (GX-792-77BL) PREDATOR 21X (GX21-71-76ZF) Sagar/Clevo: SAGER NP8157 (CLEVO P650HS-G) SAGER NP8370 (CLEVO PA71HP6-G) SAGER NP8950 (CLEVO P950HP6) SAGER NP8156 (CLEVO P650HP6-G) SAGER NP8952 (CLEVO P950HR) SAGER NP9153 (CLEVO P750DM2-G) SAGER NP8372 (CLEVO PA71HS) SAGER NP9876 (CLEVO P870KM1-G) SAGER NP9153-S (CLEVO P750DM2-G) SAGER NP9172-S (CLEVO P775DM3-G)
So those laptops's are same as desktop's graphics cards ? not mobile verion ?



Asus:
ROG-G701VI
ROG Strix GL502
G752VS OC Edition w/ GTX1070
ROG Zephyrus
G752VS w/ GTX1070

MSI:
GS73VR Stealth Pro
GT62VR Dominator Pro-005
GT72VR Tobii-256
GT72VR Dominator Pro-015
--GT72VR Dominator Pro-257
--GT72VR Dominator Pro-288
GT62VR Dominator Pro-238
--GT62VR Dominator Pro-239
GE72MVR Apache Pro-001
--GE72MVR APACHE PRO-044
--GE72MVR APACHE PRO-058
--GE72MVR APACHE PRO-062
GT75VR TITAN-083
--GT75VR Titan SLI 4K-028
--GT75VR Titan Pro 4K-082
--GT75VR TITAN Pro-202
--GT75VR TITAN PRO 4K-214
--GT75VR TITAN PRO-215

Gigabyte:
P56XT
P57X v7
P55W v7


Dell/Alienware:
All Alienware 15,17 laptops with graphics option of "GTX-1070" or higher.

Acer:
PREDATOR 15 (G9-593-71EH)
PREDATOR 17 (G9-793-79V5)
PREDATOR 17 (GX-792-77BL)
PREDATOR 21X (GX21-71-76ZF)

Sagar/Clevo:
SAGER NP8157 (CLEVO P650HS-G)
SAGER NP8370 (CLEVO PA71HP6-G)
SAGER NP8950 (CLEVO P950HP6)
SAGER NP8156 (CLEVO P650HP6-G)
SAGER NP8952 (CLEVO P950HR)
SAGER NP9153 (CLEVO P750DM2-G)
SAGER NP8372 (CLEVO PA71HS)
SAGER NP9876 (CLEVO P870KM1-G)
SAGER NP9153-S (CLEVO P750DM2-G)
SAGER NP9172-S (CLEVO P775DM3-G)

#3
Posted 10/28/2017 11:01 AM   
Because of the the harsh control on the power consumption and heat dissipation, [url=http://www.eeshops.net/laptop-graphics-card-c-82/]mobile graphics video card[/url] in laptop is worse than the same model in desktop. Generally speaking, It may be 70-75% on the performance. There are lots of cheap laptop graphics card for sale on http://www.eeshops.net.
Because of the the harsh control on the power consumption and heat dissipation, mobile graphics video card in laptop is worse than the same model in desktop.
Generally speaking, It may be 70-75% on the performance.
There are lots of cheap laptop graphics card for sale on http://www.eeshops.net.

#4
Posted 12/05/2017 05:53 AM   
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