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NVIDIA has attended his usual appointment with CES 2021, the most important technological event of the year in which we can see the next launches that the sector is preparing for stores in Spain and the rest of the world.
In the case of the specialist brand in graphics cards, we find several announcements, the first being that of the RTX 3060 and the second of the arrival of their GPU Ampere to LaptopsIn other words, the GeForce RTX 30 Series Laptops are already here incorporating the third generation of Max-Q technologies to offer us thin and light designs.
The first laptops with these graphics They will arrive on January 26 hand in hand with different brands (MSI, Acer, Alienware, ASUS, Dell Gigabyte, HP, Lenovo or Razer) and will be equipped with different models starting with the RTX 3080 Max-Q with up to 16 GB of GDDR6 memory to give us a performance of 100 fps with graphics in ultra and 1440p in different video games. These kits will be available for a price starting from 2,199 euros.
The second graph that we can see on laptops will be the RTX 3070 and aim for 1440p resolution to play at 90 frames per second for a price starting at 1499 euros obtaining a performance 50% higher (depending on the brand) than laptops with an RTX 2070.
Finally we will find the laptops with a GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop that bet on 90 fps in Ultra and 1080p being available for a price starting from 1099 euros and counting, according to NVIDIA, with a superior performance to the notebooks that have an RTX 2080 Super.
A new generation of Max-Q
The new generation of Max-Q technologies takes a leap in notebook performance thanks to Artificial Intelligence that supports technologies such as Dynamic Boost 2.0 (automatically adjusts the load between the CPU and the GPU), Whisper Mode 2.0 (manages the speed of the fans to adjust to the desired noise), Resizable BAR (allows the processor to access all the GPU memory at the same time) and DLSS 2.0, the smoothing technology that we have talked about on many occasions.
“After sweeping the desktop market, our NVIDIA Ampere architecture now powers the world’s fastest notebooks,” said Kaustubh Sanghani, vice president and general manager of GeForce OEM at NVIDIA. “Energy efficiency is a
fundamental aspect for gaming laptops, a market that has multiplied by 7 in the last seven years. These new slim and light systems are based on our Max-Q design, whereby every aspect of the CPU, GPU, software, PCB layout, power management and cooling system is optimized with power and performance in mind. “.