News Rumor: NVIDIA RTX 3080, 3070, 3060 Mobile Specifications Detailed

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  1. yosv211

    yosv211 Notebook Consultant

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    the 3080 is rated at 320w, kinda hard to fit that into a 150w power envelope for maybe Nvidia doesn't have enough. the 3070 is rated at 220w, very easy going from 220w to 150w and easier to make the 3070 chips.
     
  2. Tyranus07

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    Only if there is a 200W version of the 3080M then that one would perform similar to the 3070. The 3070 is a 220W TDP video card, at 150-115W I'd expect the 3070 be a 10-20% faster than the 3080M
     
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    Realistic performance expectations:
    3080M = 2080 Super
    3070M = 2070 Super
    3060M = 2060 Super


    We will not be seeing ampere mobile be anywhere near equitable to ampere desktop.
     
  4. Tyranus07

    Tyranus07 Notebook Evangelist

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    But the price for the 3080M will be close to the $1500 RTX 3090 (not kidding)
     
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    although its not a great thing they are calling a mobile 3080 a 3080....faster than 2080ti in a laptop is impressive and i see no good reason to complain..60 percent boost possibly over 2080...it has more cores and will handle dlss 2.0 and raytracing better.

    also i might start saving for a 3080 laptop as the jump from 1060 is enough to justify it and im sure the 3080 will hold up for the entire ps5 xbox sx generations ports. and obviously ill be buying the 16gb version at 150w because its obvious newer gen games will require more vram than 8gb.

    also I feel sorry for the middle class people that jumped on a 2080 laptop going from 1070-1080..paying 3000 for something to run 4k ends up being a waste....however if those said people are rocking 1080p-1440p they will be fine for quite some time.. and too add it looks like the 3080 is the sweetspot this time around vs 2070/1070
     
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  7. Kevin

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    It is what it is, because The Law of Physics says so. Laptops probably won't catch back up to running full desktop variants until 5nm Hopper.

    I have no real reason to ditch my current laptop anyway, not while 1080p with high framerates is still the best way to game and the 200W RTX 2080 is more than killing this resolution.

    The only place I'm lacking is in not having a multithreaded CPU, I'm hoping to nab a used 9900K on the cheap.
     
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    Yeah heck my 1060 is killing 1080p with my backlog and some new games...and since i dont mind 60fps i think im going to pass on the 3080 and wait for hopper....unless new console gen games become insanely demanding i really cant justify spending 6 months of savings from a pension just so i can play a port...i really hope crysis 4 comes out and with it a slew of optimised graphically from the ground up games for pc
     
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    I think I read that they are coming out with a 3050 series mobile so that's an option for more budget minded casual moderate settings gamers. I assume that dlss will make gaming at higher resolutions even more within reach for the lower level cards at appropriate settings of course. Impressed with the tongfang lower cost 2060 gateway at this point(minus the very loud fans with top games), in the future I could see budget hopper etc laptops approaching consoles if you take into account the included monitor etc etc with laptops. Kinda hard to believe that consoles would ever get below the $500 mark again who knows.
     
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    I'm still holding out for one of our favorite manufacturers to push out 3000-series MXM modules... But I'm not holding my breath.
     
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