While Intel unveils its 10th-generation Core H-Series high-performance notebook processor, nVIDIA graphics has been upgraded across the board as standard for Intel’s gamebook, especially with the super version of the RTX 2080 Super, RTX 2070 Super, and the award-winning Max-Q technology. Performance is stronger. With this update, the RTX 2080 Super and RTX 2070 Super will become standard for high-end gamebooks.
The original RTX 2070, RTX 2060 reduced the value, the game book as low as $999 (domestic more friendly), GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 16650 became popular, and in the middle of the addition of a GTX 1650 Ti, almost year-round popular GDDR6 memory.
The previous generation of gtX 1050 was also retired, and NVIDIA notebook graphics cards have since entered the Turing era.
The RTX 2080 Super core specifications are consistent with the desktop version, there are also 3072 stream processors, with 256-bit 8GB GDDR6 memory, but the frequency is reduced, the core acceleration frequency 1080-1560MHz, the memory frequency 14GHz, the bandwidth 448GB/s, and the total card power consumption control at the max-Q version of the lowest 80W, the standard version can be more than 150W.
The RTX 2070 Super also continues the core size of the desktop version, with 2560 stream processors, core acceleration reduced to 1155-1380MHz, memory is fully maintained at 256-bit 14GHz 8GB GDDR6 specifications, bandwidth is also 448GB/s, and the entire card consumes 80-115W.
The core acceleration frequency of the RTX 2070 has been adjusted from 1185-1440MHz to 1125-1455MHz in the official specification table, a wider range, depending on the OEM’s settings.
The core acceleration frequency of the RTX 2060 has been extended from the previously fixed 1185MHz to 1185-1560MHz, with greater potential and constant power consumption of 60-80W.
The GTX 1660 Ti’s specifications remain completely unchanged, it adds a NEW GTX 1650 Ti, which is a desktop model that is not available for notebooks, 1024 stream processors, core acceleration frequency 1200-1485MHz, with 128-bit 4GB GDDR66 memory, equivalent frequency 12GHz, bandwidth 192GB/s, power consumption 35-5W.
The lowest-end GTX 1650 added a 4GB GDDR6 memory version, bit width or 128-bit, maximum bandwidth or 192GB/s, and the power consumption remained unchanged at 30-50W.
As a result, the GTX 1650 Ti, GTX 1650 GDDR6 version is actually unusually close, but the core frequency is somewhat different.
NVIDIA game this graphics card new product line
Original RTX 20 Series Game Book Graphics
Original GTX 16 Series Game Book Graphics
When Max-Q technology was launched a few years ago, it revolutionized the industry, making the game book lighter and thinner and more efficient, and now Max-Q technology has been upgraded to double its energy efficiency while still maintaining high performance and even more battery life.
The core of the “Dynamic Boost” dynamic acceleration technology, in each frame of the screen can intelligently automatically adjust the GPU, CPU power allocation, such as in the game to increase the CPU idle power space to the GPU, so as not to increase the overall performance of the system power, And they all run automatically, without player intervention.
NVIDIA claims that up to 10% of game performance improvements can be achieved by turning on dynamic acceleration.
Along with the “Advanced Optimus” display technology, G-SYNC eliminates tearing and caton while effectively extending battery life, smartly judging whether to use an integrated GPU or standalone GPU based on current load, without having to restart the system. Lenovo’s Saver notebook was the first to add to the technology.
The next generation of energy efficiency regulation technology helps optimize system design, allowing THE GPU to operate efficiently while providing better overall performance.
And, of course, the newly released DLSS 2.0, based on an optimized deep learning neural network, can simultaneously increase frame rates for game-generating, clear game graphics, complemented by ray-tracing technology, and even helped extend battery life by up to 20%.
In addition to the next generation of gamebooks, NVIDIA also released 10 new RTX Studio content creation notebooks, all equipped with RTX SUPER graphics, Intel Tenth Generation Core H processors, brands from Acer, Giga, MSI, Thundersnake and more.
On the software side, Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, AutoDesk Arnold, Blender and more than 45 top-of-the-line authoring software have all supported RTX acceleration and content creation efficiency in RTX Studio notebooks.
The new generation of RTX gamebook, RTX Studio design will be available worldwide on April 15, with more models coming from Acer, Asus, Dell, Giga, Shenzhou, HP, Lenovo, Mechanics, Mechanical Revolution, MSI, Thunderbolt, Raytheon, etc.
Among them, the RTX 2060 notebook prices from $999 (more people-friendly in China), the first products in China include: Asus Tiancai, Raytheon 911/911 Pro, mechanical revolution Z3 Air-S, mechanic F117-V, MSI Ghost 2 GS66, Tstech 15XB.