After a long wait, Nvidia has announced their brand new lineup of GeForce RTX 30 series of GPUs specially designed for creators and gaming laptops. From January 26 onwards more than 70 models of laptops from major manufacturers using these GPUs are expected to be announced, and these models are speculated to have a base price of Rs 73,200.
Apart from that, these models (nearly 50%) would be equipped with 240Hz screens or better, keeping the esports gaming community in the target. Nvidia has also assured the users of a 100% increase in energy efficiency and faster video rendering capabilities.
The most looked upon and grabbed our attention from the series is the GeForce RTX 3080, which will reach 100+ fps in all gaming titles as was claimed by the manufacturer Nvidia.
The second in the series which I guess will do most of the business is the GeForce RTX 3070. It is meant to serve the laptops equipped with a 1440p screen, and at this resolution, it is supposed to run at 90fps at ultra settings for almost all new gaming titles. Surprisingly if it is only equipped to play esports then it can juice out a whooping 240+ fps!
The well-known Max-Q features from Nvidia, which optimizes the heat to performance ratio in slim laptops, has also been given a major update. Laptops that make use of the third-gen Max-Q would now be able to benefit from an AI which would try and maintain a balance in power consumption between the CPU, GPU as well as the GPU memory of the laptop. The most interesting development in the R&D from the event was a new acoustic tuning algorithm called WhisperMode 2.0 is developed which would be customized for every laptop design.