NVIDIA releases RTX 30 notebook graphics card

NVIDIA releases RTX 30 notebook graphics card

In the early morning of January 13, NVIDIA officially launched the RTX 30 series of mobile graphics cards at the CES 2021 exhibition. Ampere-based GPUs have also reached the mobile terminal, mainly including RTX 3080, RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 models.

In addition to improving game performance, RTX 30 series mobile graphics cards have 2 times the energy efficiency of the previous generation and support the third-generation Max-Q technology, mainly supporting Dynamic Boost 2.0 dynamic acceleration technology, WisperMode 2.0 noise control, Resizable BAR (similar to AMD SAM technology) and DLSS.

NVIDIA releases RTX 30 notebook graphics card
The third-generation Max-Q technology uses AI and new system optimizations to make high-performance gaming laptops faster and more powerful than ever. These technologies include:

·Dynamic Boost 2.0: The CPU and GPU power of traditional gaming notebooks are fixed, while games and creative applications are dynamic, and the requirements for the system will vary with the number of frames. With Dynamic Boost 2.0, the AI ​​network will balance and continuously optimize the power consumption of CPU, GPU, and GPU memory as needed to achieve the highest performance.

·WhisperMode 2.0: WhisperMode brings a new level of voice control to the game, and it is redesigned and customized to each laptop. Once the desired mode is selected, the I algorithm of WhisperMode 2.0 will manage the CPU, GPU, system temperature and fan speed to bring the best noise control performance.

Resizable BAR: This advanced PCI Express technology allows the CPU to access all GPU memory at one time, bringing performance improvements to many games.

NVIDIA DLSS: NVIDIA DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling Technology) uses AI and RTX Tensor Cores, which can bring up to 2 times the performance improvement under the same power consumption.

To process a frame at 1440 resolution, a single GPU needs to calculate nearly 4 million pixels, while NVIDIA DLSS only needs to process a small number of pixels, thereby improving efficiency and improving performance.

The main specifications of RTX 30 series mobile graphics cards are as follows:

The RTX 3080 notebook graphics card has 6144 CUDA cores, a TDP upper limit of 150W, a frequency of 1245-1710MHz, a 256bit width, and 8 or 16GB of video memory.

The RTX 3070 notebook graphics card has 5120 CUDA cores, a TDP upper limit of 125W, a frequency of 1290-1620MHz, a 256bit width, and 8 GB of video memory.

The RTX 3060 notebook version graphics card has 3840 CUDA cores, a TDP upper limit of 115W, a frequency of 1283-1703MHz, a 192bit width, and 6 GB of video memory.

Specific to the corresponding notebook, the details are as follows:

GeForce RTX 3060 supports the latest games to turn on super settings at 1080p resolution and run at 90FPS game frames.

RTX 3060 laptops start at $999, which is faster than the previous generation of NVIDIA flagship GPU GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER laptops, which usually start at $2,500.

GeForce RTX 3070 is a game beast designed for 1440p resolution. When the super setting is turned on at 1440p resolution, the game frame rate can reach 90FPS.

The RTX 3070 notebook starts at $1,299, which is 50% faster than the RTX 2070 notebook.

GeForce RTX 3080 is NVIDIA’s new flagship notebook GPU. It is equipped with up to 16GB of G6 video memory. It is the world’s fastest notebook designed for gamers and creators. Turn on the super setting at 1440p resolution, and the game frame rate can reach 100+FPS.

RTX 3080 laptops start at $1999.

Starting from January 26th, players can purchase GeForce RTX 30 series laptops from the world’s top OEMs such as Acer, Alienware, Asus, Gigabyte, HP, Lenovo, MSI, and Razer, or through Shenzhou, Machinist, Purchased from notebook brands such as Mechanical Revolution and Raytheon.