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NVIDIA slated to bring NVIDIA GeForce GPUs powered Laptops to the fore

NVIDIA slated to bring NVIDIA GeForce GPUs powered Laptops to the fore
NVIDIA slated to bring NVIDIA GeForce GPUs powered Laptops to the fore
  • The highly anticipated roll out also incorporates a slew of RTX 2060- fueled laptops.
  • The company has come up with advancements in Max-Q technologies with sleek design and innate features.
  • NVIDIA reinvented graphics with real-time ray tracing.

NVIDIA has made an announcement that its global OEM partners are introducing over 100 new light, thin, and fast laptop models, bolstered by NVIDIA GeForce GPUs, along with recently rolled out GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER and 2070 SUPER GPUs for laptops.

As per sources familiar with the knowledge of the matter, the highly anticipated roll out also incorporates a slew of RTX 2060- fueled laptops. According to reports, the novel platform is based on the Turing architecture of the NVIDIA, comprising state-of-the-art hardware RT cores to process AI and ray tracing in real time, thereby streamlining performance and boosting visual fidelity for trendy games and content creation applications.

Reportedly, several models are witnessed in Max-Q configurations, which is also an NVIDIA technology bolstered with novel features allegedly offering highest efficiency and fastest performance in a mobile platform.

Senior Vice President of gaming at NVIDIA highlighted that NVIDIA reinvented graphics with real-time ray tracing, thereby witnessing a meteoric rise in the way games play, look and feel. He also expressed his reverence to Max-Q and claimed consumers would have the opportunity to select staggeringly light and thin laptops to choose from.

Apparently, the company has come up with advancements in Max-Q technologies with sleek design and innate features which will boost longer battery life and leverage faster performance.  The company is said to have teamed up with its memory partners to augment memory efficiency while offering high performance with lower voltage GDDR6 memory.

Going forward, NVIDIA has next-gen voltage regulators to help propel system design to optimize GPU and deliver higher performance.

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https://www.wallstreet-online.de/nachricht/12362346-work-play-create-with-record-100-new-nvidia-geforce-powered-laptops

 

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