2080ti laptop variant likely coming very soon

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  1. jc_denton

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    They need to work on some more marketable naming scheme then.

    RTX Super Qt or good old engrish 'TITAN SUPER MAX'
     
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    How about... "GT Titan that kicks sand in the face of your games and then laughs at them and walks away with the girl Mk2800Ti" ? :)
     
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    Add some xXx before and after and it's solid.
     
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    Whats really interesting about this laptop is the 4k 120hz screen :D Still, I would rather have 1440p at 240hz or 300hz, and 1080 at 480hz. I mean if you pulled off 120hz at 4k you should be about to go well past 120hz in a lower resolution. 24000 in 3D mark isnt bad.

    Titanium cooling that generates alot of heat and is powered by a USB-C port???



    If you successfully made a fat top in a thin format, then why stick with a mobile cpu??? Hell why stick with 8 cores when you can have a xeon or ryzen with 12 or 24 cores as your this far already :p Its also a new feat that it has more gpu vram then actual ddr4 ram, and ddr5 isnt that far away, or is ito_O The thing is obviously all GPU, so I can see why they just went with a mobile cpu and minimal ram. Since the heatsink size isnt much larger for the gpu then the cpu, I can conclude that the gpu may have a tdp of something about 180 watts, and because the die is so large, we can also get away with a smaller heatsink due to the heat to die size ratio, and we see that alot in regular laptops with this 3 to 2 in heatsink pipes. 8750 gets 3 pipes while 1060 gets 2 pipes, even though the 1060 will generate far more heat given the higher 80 watt tdp.

     
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  5. Kevin

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    3DMark11 is so dated I'm not sure if I should draw comparisons. I haven't run it in literal years. Where does a 33k Graphics score rank these days?
     
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    RTX6000-Notebook: 33969 Graphics (2:29 mark in the video)
    GTX1080-Notebook: 34863 Graphics
    RTX2080-Notebook: 42458 Graphics
     
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    That’s a big oof.
     
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    Kinda to be expected, Quadro cards aren't meant for gaming. It's tough for them to compete against the higher clocked 1080/2080's.
     
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    Still, I expected much better given Nvidia lists a 250W TDP for the mobile Quadro RTX 6000. So I guess this is a Max-Q variant.
     
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    Just another BGA-book.
     
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