Nvidia’s 30-series of GPUs sported a massive improvement in performance, given that RTX 3070 outperforming the outbound RTX 2080 in many games and moreover benchmarks. The RTX 3080 (Review) set a new benchmark for Nvidia’s mainstream gaming GPUs while the RTX 3090 continues to be a ridiculously powerful GRAPHICS CARD for gaming and professionals. The amount of desktop-based gamers continue to struggle with option of 30-series GPUs, laptop gamers likely have it far better. The RTX 30-series is coming to laptops and variables of the GPUs have allegedly reveal.
Notebookcheck recently informed their mobile GPU database to positively reflect the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080, RTX 3070 and the RTX 3060. Interestingly, the RTX 3080 Mobile would come with an option of EIGHT GIGABYTES and 16GB VRAM while the RTX 3070 will feature 8GB VRAM. The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 is currently listed as having 6GB VRAM. While the amount of video physical memory is definitely impressive, these GPUs go higher than that. The three GPUs also feature a larger number of CUDA cores compared to her predecessors, starting with 6144 CUDA colora??es on the RTX 3080, 5120 over a RTX 3070 and 3072 in regards to the RTX 3060. Other specs straight up contributing to performance is the memory shuttle, with the RTX 3080 and RTX 3070 both having 256-bit memories bus while the RTX 3060 is designed with a 192-but memory bus.
Nvidia is expected to launch the 3 mobile GPUs on January twelfth during a Special Geforce Broadcast. Each one of the three GPUs will come in their common Max-Q and Max-P variants, are generally expected to exist alongside the 20-series graphics. This is going to expand Nvidia’s GPU portfolio significantly, but will on a hopefully drive the price points reduce for laptops featuring the 20-series GPUs. We expect many Oes to reveal their gaming laptops thanks to 30-series GPUs during the CES many weeks. Hopefully, we will also see newest SKUs with powerful AMD Ryzen mobile processors paired with powerful GPUs from Nvidia.