Nvidia nothing has been saved in its presentation at CES 2021. The company has announced that three of their RTX 3000 series graphics cards will be coming to notebook computers next January 26. In addition, he specified that prices will start from $ 999.
The company promises that RTX 3060, RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 they will use the new architecture Ampere to offer a significant improvement over the RTX 2000 series for notebook computers. This translates to higher performance and better energy efficiency for running demanding games.
Nvidia ensures that Laptops equipped with the RTX 3060 will be 1.3 times faster than the PlayStation 5, good news for those who are not friends with consoles. Computers with this card will be available from 999 dollars. On the other hand, those equipped with the RTX 3070 will start from the $ 1,299, and they will be up to 1.5 times faster than previous RTX 2070 systems.
Laptops with RTX 3080 will start in $ 1,999. They may include up to 16 GB of DDR6 RAM. A curious fact is that this is more than what is allowed in the desktop version of this same card.
Nvidia bets on Ampere and Max-Q
Nvidia seeks to maximize the gaming experience on laptops thanks to its advanced technologies. Max-Q allows powerful graphics cards to be inserted into slim and small laptops. The Californian company points out that the third generation of this technology will offer twice the performance of the previous one thanks to Dynamic Boost 2.0, which uses AI to balance the power between the CPU and the GPU.
The award-winning Ampere architecture – NVIDIA’s second generation RTX – comes to notebooks.
The RTX 30 Series notebooks are the fastest models for gamers and content creators and include 3rd generation Max-Q technologies.
– NVIDIA GeForce ES (@NVIDIAGeForceES) January 12, 2021
For its part, technology Ampere was designed with improved RT Cores and Tensioner Cores to offer new streaming multiprocessors and much faster G6X memory. For example, according to The Verge, a laptop with an RTX 3080 would be able to fluently handle a title like Microsoft Flight Simulator.
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