Of late, NVIDIA declared that its latest generation RTX 30-series graphics cards are coming to laptops. Users will get the option to choose from the RTX 3060, RTX 3070, or the RTX 3080 based graphics models. The price of the graphics card has been kept at $999, $1299, and $1999, respectively. Similar to the desktop models, the RTX 30-series graphics cards on the laptops are based on NVIDIA’s Ampere architecture. For real-time ray tracing, it features second-generation RT cores. For artificial intelligence and machine learning, it features third-generation Tensor Cores. Also, it will consist of support for features such as NVIDIA Reflex, NVIDIA DLSS, NVIDIA Reflex, and NVIDIA Broadcast.
Apart from this, the RTX 30-series laptops will also feature third generation Max-Q tech. This will consist of features such as Dynamic Boost 2.0. By means of AI, it balances power between the CPU, GPU, and GPU memory-based load on a per frame basis. Also, it will consist of WhisperMode 2.0. This lets consumers set their wanted noise level for the cooling system. Then, the AI-powered algorithm will manage CPU, GPU, system temperatures, and fan speed to keep it within that limit. Apart from this, NVIDIA is adding resizable BAR support. This lets the CPU to access the entire GPU memory at once. This can augment performance, more so at higher frame rates.
Beginning January 26, the RTX 30-series graphics will be available from all major laptop OEMs. Apart from this, NVIDIA came out with the desktop version of the RTX 3060. Below the $399 RTX 3060 Ti, the RTX 3060 at $329 is now the most affordable option in the RTX 30-series line-up.