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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    I think there is a healthy balance point where the extra weight gives you that extra performance at the moment.

    If say a 2080ti class chip could be used then a larger machine could be considered for that but otherwise going 2-3 kg heavier than the competition would not look good.
     
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    A mobile 2080ti or even 3080ti would be a very welcome justification for a bigger chassis as would be a wider support for Intel's so-called 125W TDP CPU's.
     
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    jc_denton BGA? What a shame.

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    Historically, from what I remember only lower SKU's have seen mobile TI versions.
     
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    Then it's time to make history. The Quadro version of the 2080ti already made it into a laptop so it is not a big leap for the 2080ti or its successor to make it, too :)
     
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    I want one. what is it called? R5000?
     
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    I just researched this! holy crap. $7,000 is kinda high. But not to bad really. That RTX6000 is a monster! And it would eat gaming alive.
     
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    jc_denton BGA? What a shame.

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    As a soldered and power limited part, yes. Don't get me wrong, I'd love to have a powerful TI class mxm card to bench, but it's just not likely.
     
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    It’s called the Asus W590G6T.

    It has a 300 watt power brick. So it is still probably allowed 200TDP to the RTX6000, and maybe 100TDP to the CPU.

    This laptop has a huge amount of Cuda cores. it would eat up even higher power MXM gpu’s for sure.

    So it may be 10-15% slower than a desktop RTX2080Ti?
     
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    I did not say it would be likely but it would be a justification for a bigger chassis to materialize.

    That the RTX 6000 exists shows that Nvidia is not averse to let that chip be used in a laptop that will probably sell a very low number of units so why not allow for it to be put on an MXM card for gaming laptops. It would sell a lot better than an RTX 6000 solution that is only available in a ridiculously priced DTR that almost nobody knows about.
     
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    With regard to fps the Quadro cards do not perform as well as you would expect from their Cuda cores, they are not optimized for gaming. Of course they will wipe the floor with gaming cards when it comes to specialized processing that the Quadro cards were made for but for gaming purposes I am pretty sure that it will not even be competitive with the mobile 2080 cards.
     
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