Next gen Laptop GPU timeline

Discussion in 'Gaming (Software and Graphics Cards)' started by shinryu744, Aug 14, 2018.

  1. hfm

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    Excluding the variance in games that run better on one platform or the other it looks about on par with a 1080.. considering desktop variants anyway...
     
  2. IKAS V

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    And I’ve heard people complain we won’t see to much of a jump in performance.
    Looks like a pretty good bump to me.
     
  3. DRevan

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  4. scarletfever

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    Any chance the HP Omen 17T will get the 2060 or 2070 as options?
     
  5. IKAS V

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    I’m sure at some point they will.
    HP is always a little slow to release new models.
     
  6. Ryan Russ

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    Asked and received an answer- mid Feb to late Feb for the 2000 series to be on sale.

    MXM type anyways.
     
  7. IKAS V

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    Wait the HP Omen will use MXM GPU’s?
     
  8. yrekabakery

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    He was probably talking about Clevo MXM boards from Eurocom.
     
  9. Ryan Russ

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    Chinese sellers on TaoBao already have the MXM card- I'm waiting on confirmation for certain from a few.
     
  10. sniffin

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    Depends on what the notebook TDP is. Will they really allow a notebook xx60 card to use >100W? The desktop variant is 160W TDP, in the same ballpark as the desktop 1080.
     
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