At CES 2022, NVIDIA has announced more than 160 GeForce RTX 30 series laptops new 4th Generation Max-Q technologies that further enhance efficiency, performance, and battery life. And among all of them, 2 GPUs are crafted to deliver the ultimate mobile experience, namely the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti.
The flagship 80 Ti class GPU is arriving in the form of the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Laptop GPU created to match the increasing demands of the on-the-go AAA gaming experience. Fitted with a whopping 16GB of GDDR6 VRAM – the highest amount and fastest to date, it can deliver more performance than a full desktop TITAN RTX card of a couple of years back thanks to the Ampere architecture. As the fastest gaming mobile GPU money can buy as of now, each gaming laptop from partners equipped with this card is rated to churn out more than 120 FPS at Ultra settings under 1440p resolution to give that awesome and smooth gameplay without getting tied down to a desktop setup.
Dropping down a tier and there’s the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPU that aims to deliver a steady 100 FPS under 1440p resolution with every graphic setting cranked to the max. Compared against the last-gen RTX 2070 Super, there’s around 70% more general computing performance across the board and just by trading a fair bit of FPS, a huge sum of money can be saved, further uplifting the bang for buck value of the second-tier offering.
Announced together with the beastly laptop GPU duo is the 4th iteration of the mobile computing exclusive 4th Gen Max-Q Technologies for the GeForce RTX 30 series equipped laptops that brings a generous uplift in efficiency across the board. For example, the Dynamic Boost 2.0 function back in the 3rd generation is now called the CPU Optimizer feature which uses a brand new low-level framework that takes the optimization game of performance, temperature, and power distribution between the CPU and GPU to the next level thanks to close work with fellow CPU vendors.
On the other hand, a completely new function called the Rapid Core Scaling is designed to give power to users such as creators and students running applications such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Blender, MatLab, and more. It basically allows the GPU to monitor workload demands in real-time where it will smartly adjust the core usage accordingly and as a result, certain applications can be accelerated thanks to fewer cores running at high frequency while keeping the battery percentage in check.
Speaking of battery life, the Battery Boost 2.0 technology has been given more optimizations overall despite being subtle because the feature is now handled by an AI algorithm that manages the critical outputs including image quality, frame rate, battery discharge rate, power consumption, and more.
Moving onto the industrial applications, the NVIDIA Studio ecosystem especially in the mobile department is now receiving all the computing power they need for intensive on-the-go tasks. With more than 75 RTX-accelerated creative and development platforms on top of Team Green’s exclusive NVIDIA Omniverse and NVIDIA Canvas to bring all the creative ideas to life, the NVIDIA Studio laptops with the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti is capable of achieving 7 times faster 3D rendering performance to push the productivity rate to the very best possible.
However, this is not the only use case as creators in the streaming world are already taking advantage of the NVIDIA Broadcast to help them get rid of ambient noises while removing the need for props such as green screens and more. You can find out more about it by clicking here.
The brand-new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti equipped laptops will be shipped from the starting price of USD2499 (~RM10,447.19) while the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti is tagged USD1499 (~RM6266.64). With more than 160 models both live for purchase and coming in the near future, harness absolute graphical power in your hands no matter where you are, where you go.