In September, Nvidia unveiled its new Ada Lovelace architecture for desktop GPUs, bringing us the GeForce RTX 4080 and the blisteringly fast RTX 4090. The RTX 4090 is by far the fastest desktop GPU on the planet and is incredibly stunning at 4K resolution. Now Nvidia is poised to bring the Ada architecture to laptops with his comprehensive RTX 40 series mobile lineup.
Starting at the low end, Nvidia introduced the RTX 4050, RTX 4060, and RTX 4070 mobile GPUs. This promises to leapfrog the RTX 30 series mobile-ready offerings while dramatically reducing power consumption.
Nvidia claims these GPUs can deliver the same performance as the previous generation RTX 3080, but with a third of the power. In fact, Nvidia says the RTX 4070 should be able to deliver 80+ fps in the latest games at 1440p Ultra settings. And when using the GPU for content creation, a scene that took him over two hours to render in Blender now takes just 10 minutes.
Nvidia also claims that the RTX 40 series mobile cards consume less power and generate less heat, which is why you’ll see them in many 14-inch laptops. This means more performance in a smaller package.
But we all know extreme gamers want more power than the RTX 4070 Mobile can offer. As such, Nvidia is looking to dominate the laptop sector with his 4K performance just as it does on desktops. With this in mind, the company also announced his RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 Mobile. It says it powers “a new class of flagship laptops.” Nvidia claims the RTX 4090 can deliver up to 60 fps across his three 4K monitors for true surround gaming.
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Additionally, 5th generation Max-Q technology is featured on the RTX 40-series mobile GPUs, including DLSS 3 (optimized for mobile GPUs), ultra-low voltage GDDR6 memory, tri-speed memory control ( GPU dynamically switches to lower voltage). -power memory state). Nvidia also touts Ada’s on-chip memory enhancements that double his bandwidth and improve clock gating.
Gaming laptops with RTX 4050/4060/4070 mobile GPUs will be available from OEMs starting February 22nd, with prices starting at $999. The enthusiast class laptops with RTX 4080 and RTX 4090 will be available on February 8th starting at $1,999.