At the 2019 CES show, NVIDIA introduced the RTX 20 Max-Q series of mobile graphics cards, and the laptop also used light to catch up. At this year’s CES show, NVIDIA was unusually low-key, with no new graphics cards, but the mobile version of the RTX 20 Super series has been exposed before, and the flagship RTX 2080 Super Mobile version has now been confirmed in the GK4 database. Paired with the unreleased Core i9-10980HK processor.
Based on previously disclosed information, the RTX 2080 Super Mobile version is codenamed N18E-G3R, the Typical TGP power consumption in The Max-Q design is 80W, and the standard TGP power consumption is 150W plus – Don’t worry, last year’s RTX 2080 Mobile graphics card is also 80-150W power range.
The current RTX 2080 Super Mobile graphics card has been found in the GK4 database, showing that there are 48 sets of computing units, or 3072 CUDA cores, the same as the desktop version of the RTX 2080 graphics card, but the frequency of up to 1230MHz, which is comparable to the desktop version of 1.8GHz Much lower, after all, TDP consumes as much as 170W less.
It is worth mentioning that this GK4 exposure CPU is also very interesting, is Core i9-10980HK processor, 8 core 16 thread, The base frequency of 3.1GHz, the acceleration frequency of 4.92GHz, conforms to what Intel previously referred to as the 8-core 5GHz notebook processor, also known as the Tenth Generation Core high-performance standard version, code-named Comet Lake-H series.
The Tenth Generation Core High Performance Standard Edition was released in March, and the RTX 20 Super Series mobile graphics card will be available at this point in time.
At this year’s CES show, AMD also released 7nm process of the Rylong 4000 series processor, there is a 15W low-voltage version of the Rylong 4000 U series and 45W high-performance version of the Rylong 4000 H series, of which the flagship Rylong 7 4800H is also 8 core 16 thread, when the time will be a good show.