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.
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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.
(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.