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NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M (Kepler) spotted on leaked image of 2012 MacBook Pro board

Speculations about Apple adding Retina displays to their upcoming lineup of MacBooks may be true after all, because a leaked image of Apple’s new MacBook Pro logic board revealed an NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M (Kepler) GPU.

Speculations about Apple adding Retina displays to their upcoming lineup of MacBooks may be true after all, because a leaked image of Apple’s new MacBook Pro logic board revealed an NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M (Kepler) GPU.

Since the resolution of a Retina display will be much higher than that of the current LCD/LED displays, a GPU upgrade is definitely a good sign.  Moreover, the source claims that the 2012 15’’ MacBook Pro will not change in appearance at all, and it will offer three different CPUs—2.3/2.5/or 2.7 GHz Ivy Bridge. 

Although the rumors of Retina displays in MacBooks only apply to “the new MacBook,” it is adding validity to the rumors because the 650M is a step up from the Radeon 6750M/6770M in the current offerings of MacBook Pros.

Source: micgadget.com

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