How will Ampere scale on laptops?

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  1. JRE84

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    i asked because a while back i watched the video below and it looked like in games the 3070 was equal or faster.




    but after watching the video in completion it looks like the 2080ti is 1 frame faster in most games..

    so verdict 3080 mobile will net you 60fps overclocked and the 2080ti 61-62fps not exactly even but close enough...some games im sure will run faster on the mobile 3080..i think iv'e decided i'm getting a ge76 with the 3080....pretty big jump from the 1060

    but to sum it up v-style


    not huge but enough...the gains of ampere is decent watt for watt

    also i wonder how it scores in heaven and valley with 8xaa extreme settings just to see how far its come in a realistic test
     
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    How can you say it’s a huge step up from last gen? https://www.3dmark.com/spy/18009924

    Last time I saw similar minor step up in performance was from 780m to 880m.

    Btw. Msi still avoid Nvidia's request/demands to the OEM's to show TGP and boost clocks in their specs sheet. How long time do MSI need? Maybe they can fix it when Nvidia push out 4xxx mobile cards?:rolleyes:
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    https://www.msi.com/Laptop/GE76-Raider-10UX/Specification

    Gigabyte do it correct. At least for the specs sheet. Spartan's YouTube review of his new turd.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...5-owners-lounge.804575/page-427#post-11080160
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    Your comparing a 200watt heavily overclocked 2080 super to a 150w 3080 that isn't fully overclocked yet. When the 200w 3080 arrives for the desktop replacements it will easily beat this. Not to mention much better performance in RT and DLSS in games
     
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    I compare what we have today. And we have clock-block 3.0. And Ampere is a tweaked 10nm (8nm) which should lower the power consumption over old Turing.

    Not so sure we will see magic “if” Nvidia find out they will let the OEMs have more than 165W TGP with Dynamic boost they offer today. You said huge leap/step above. I said no:) If you get etc +14300, it’s still only 10% increased performance.
     
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    The highest base TGP for the 3080M is 150W, and that includes the only DTR still left on the market, the Clevo X170KM-G.
     
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    Really? So the 150w variant I'm playing with is the best we will see? That's a little disappointing
     
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    Yes, very disappointing for performance enthusiasts.
     
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    Yes it is. For gamers only however, its still An amazing GPU. Too bad, the whole point of these huge DTR notebooks was to bench the hell out of them and match their desktop counterparts. What about the Dell DGFF? Don't they decide what TDP to give it?
     
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    Not that the 3080M could have possibly hoped to match the desktop 3080 since they’re completely different GPUs this generation. But it would’ve been nice to at least have gotten a 200W+ 3080M that could match the desktop 3070 at stock since the 3080M has more CUDA cores anyway.

    No new Alienware DTR in the immediate future, the BGA M17 R4 is their flagship for now.
     
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    The problem with this "fine for gamers only" argument is that latest games can consume all the GPU power you throw at them. Especially with all the high refresh rate screens, and/or at 4K, you are just getting an inferior experience to what the desktop Ampere can offer. That's very disappointing for gaming enthusiasts, especially given the price point at which those "top spec" Ampere laptops are being offered.
     
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