Nvidia has joined CES 2021 to announce new GPUs for gaming and creator laptops namely – GeForce RTX 3060, RTX 3070, and RTX 3080. These GPUs will backup high refresh rate screens and supports features like ray tracing, up to 2x energy efficiency, and 2x faster video rendering.
Starting with the GeForce RTX 3060 will be able to render games at 90fps at Full HD resolution when used in the highest quality resolution. This makes it faster than the previous flagship GPU GeForce RTX 2080 Super. Moving on to the GeForce RTX 3070, this chip will support laptops with up to 1440p resolution and will be able to push 90fps at Ultra settings or even 240fps in laptops specifically made for esports.
Next, we have GeForce RTX 3080 which will be powering the cream of the crop gaming laptops. It is claimed to achieve beyond 100fps gameplay. Moving on, we take a look at the updated Max-Q which is designed to optimize the performance and temperature, of thin and light laptops. The AI is trained to balance power consumption among a laptop’s CPU, GPU, and GPU memory. Furthermore, each company can take advantage of the new WhisperMode 2.0and tweak their acoustic tuning however they desire.
Finally, we focus on the mobile GeForce RTX 30-series GPUs which is based on the Ampere architecture that uses new dedicated RT and Tensor cores for ray tracing and AI acceleration. Besides, the DLSS renders graphics at a lower-than-native resolution and upscale them with the help of AI. It also can lend a helping hand when the ray tracing feature is an overbearing load on the system.