My purchase decision is between the T530 and the W530.
Does anyone know the difference in performance between the T530's NVS 5400M and either the W530's K1000M or K2000M graphics??
Unfortunately, the sales guy I talked with drew a complete blank.
It's probably faster than the 540M, but not as fast as the 640M/650M that Lenovo should be shipping their high end laptops with
So far, we have just ambiguity ... hopefully the magazine reviews can fill in some blanks.
The last three generations the entry-level "workstation" class Quadro had roughly double the 3DMark scores of the NVS used in the T series. (Same comparison would also apply to Dell Precision vs. Latitude GPUs.)
1000M vs. NVS 4200M
880M vs. NVS 3100M
770M vs. NVS 160M
X31, X40, X61T, X61, X201, X220 (i7 IPS), W520 (2720QM/2000M/FHD), T440p (i7-4800MQ/GF730GT/FHD),
Dells: Latitude C840, Precision M70, Precision M4400, M6400 (WUXGA), M6600, M6700, Dell XPS 13 w/Kaby Lake+Iris Pro+TB3
Daily driver: T480
If you work with 3D such as Solidworks, ProE or Inventor than avoid NVS like the plague. If you only do Photoshop or AutoCAD or such though, I suppose you are fine.
Desktop: AMD FX-8350 (8 cores) | 32gb ECC RAM | 240gb Intel 530 SSD + 1tb 7200 RPM | Ubuntu 14.04 x64 | HP ZR24w
Previous Thinkpads: A21m, R40, X61, T410
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