NVIDIA has announced a new GeForce GTX 990MX GPU based on the Pascal architecture.
The new GPU, codenamed Mx280, will ship with a new 28nm FinFET manufacturing process and feature a new 8GB GDDR5 memory with 4096-bit memory bandwidth.
The card will also support DirectX 11.2, with support for HBM2 memory.
The card is being touted as the world’s first GPU to support AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics card.
AMD’s reference GPU with Polaris 10 is now available in its Radeon RX 580 version, which is more expensive than the new card.
The Mx 280 is based on Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 970 and will be available in the US in mid-April for $699.
The GeForce GTX 960M and GeForce GTX 880M are available in Australia starting April 15.
The GeForce GTX 780M and the GeForce GTX Titan X will also be available on April 15 for $999 and $1,499, respectively.