Nvidia may bring Super new graphics cards to laptops by March 2020

When Nvidia first introduced the RTX 20 Series GPUs, its flagship hardware-grade ray-tracing feature caught the eye of countless people. At the same time, the price of the new product has skyrocketed – the flagship RTX 2080 Ti sells for up to $1,100, and products below $1,000 are still relatively difficult – and partly due to the inability of rival AMD to cope until the release of the RX 5700/5700XT. According to the external media TechSpot, AMD’s competitors perform on a par with Nvidia, but at a more reasonable price.

Nvidia may bring Super new graphics cards to laptops by March 2020

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In response, the knife-wielding Nvidia has launched a slightly superior “Super” product line to strengthen the product power of existing 20-series GPUs. It’s just that the competition is mainly focused on the desktop space.

But according to the latest news from Notebook Check, Nvidia will soon bring super-enhanced GPUs to the mobile market. If the news is anything to go by, we’re on track to have a super version of the mobile RTX 2080/2070/2060 in March 2020.

In addition, Nvidia is said to be introducing two other new cards, one of which is the RTX 1650 Super. As a new entry-level dessert card, it is expected to replace the veteran GTX 1050 Ti, although both are below the 1660 Ti.

Nvidia may bring Super new graphics cards to laptops by March 2020

(From: Notebook Check)

Based on currently known code names, Max-Q TGP and DRAM, Nvidia may introduce the following mobile GPU next year (finally named or different):

An unknown graphics card (code N18E-G3R) with 35W Max-Q TGP, 4GB GDDR6 memory;

Nvidia GeForce RTX 1650 Super (N18P-G62), 35W Max-Q TGP, 4GB GDDR6;

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super (N18E-G1), 80W Max-Q TGP, 8GB GDDR6;

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER (N18E-G2R), 80W Max-Q TGP, 8GB GDDR6;

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER (N18E-G3R), 80W Max-Q TGP, 8GB GDDR6.

The performance of the mobile GPU above should be slightly improved over the current counterpart. For more details, please also keep an eye out for follow-up reports.

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