How will Ampere scale on laptops?

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  1. HaloGod2012

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    What?! No 51m R3? Probably waiting on the 11 series from Intel first. And looking at benchmarks for my 150w 3080, it's pretty close to a desktop 3070 stock. I'm sure I'll push it further and match it
     
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    That'd be something, but ultimately such an exercise would prove very little, because obviously the desktop card can also be overclocked, and likely to a far greater extent using tools available to desktop enthusiasts only.
     
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    You forgot the amazing Dynamic boost:D The best you can get in an Ampere gamingbooks nowadays is 150+15W ~ 165W. Castrate the Cpu for more Gpu performance.
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    See 165W vs 200W Turing should be around the same regarding efficiency if you compare the Process node used for both.

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    See also.... https://www.notebookcheck.net/Compr...U-along-with-corresponding-TGPs.517977.0.html
     
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    sky is blue granted can isn't will
     
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    never had anything bad to say but I posted a video showing 95w vs 95w and the 3080 is by far better

     
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    First they drain the extra power from the batteries, now the CPU? Are we going to shift power from Storage, RAM, and WLAN next? Or better yet drain the power from the high refresh panels and make them display at 60hz so we can go back full circle?
     
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    like if your getting 90fps and they shift power off cpu...would the framerate drop to 40....or is it only going to alleviate bottleneck
     
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    Well, can consume the power, if it is available... Put another way, they do consume that power right now, and of course will consume more in the future. Not everyone is a son of an oligarch, and many like to keep their machines around for a bit. Given that all but one gaming laptops on the market are non-upgradable, less power at inception means the laptop will have that much shorter useful lifetime.
     
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    You can’t compare watt for watt. The newer node is more power efficient. Especially at so low wattage.
     
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    Let the mindfu*k continues.
     
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