It is the dream of many computer enthusiasts to have a mobile system that is at least as powerful (if not as flexible) as their desktops. I know that I personally have spent a small fortune on finding mobile devices that can run all of the rendering and editing software I have without tearing my shoulders off my body. For their part both Intel and AMD have cut the gap between desktop and mobile performance in the CPU world, but mobile GPUs have traditionally lagged way behind their desktop counterparts.
New Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Z graphics card with 12 GB of memory was supposed to arrive to stores on April 29th, in the meantime, rumurs have emerged and saying that will not happen after all.
Nvidia has finally officially unveiled the GeForce GTX 780 Ti, the new company's top of the range and currently the fastest available graphics card based on a single GPU. The graphics processor is GK110, well known from the Titan and the "ordinary" GTX 780.
During the next week, Nvidia will officially introduce another video card from GeForce 700 series. Now the time has come for GeForce GTX 760 (without Titanium labels), and the last unofficial information suggests somewhat different specifications than we previously expected.