The hopeful of keeping MXM 3.0b alive thread!

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    The desktop Quadro RTX 6000 alone is over $6000. I shudder to think of what an RTX 6000 laptop would cost.
     
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    I'm actually interested in buying this from aliexpress just to test it in my GT83, the thought of this working and it's reasonably priced too :D
     
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    Me :D when I have the funds!

    It will be the rtx 5000 qual sample though, not buying an rtx 4000 card for that much money when it’s quite a bit slower... For only £50 more I’d get like 20% more performance on an overclock as the rtx 5000 is genuinely tdp limited, the chip can push more power easily.
     
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    300W power adapter for a laptop that is supposed to have a full on TU102 based Quadro RTX 6000?

    LOL....
     
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    full TU102 only means it has the same amount of shaders. clocks and TDP limit would definitely be lower. so more like a RTX6000 Max-Q ;)

    Sent from my Xiaomi Mi Max 2 (Oxygen) using Tapatalk
     
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    Yeah, considering most of the laptop is built into the display (the keyboard contains the battery), and the entire thing looks thin as hell, I’d be surprised if the RTX 6000 has a TDP over 150W.
     
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    Idk if "within 10%" is considered Max-Q. The slides nVidia showed had the TU102 laptop beat by 13% and 9% in two tests, but in the other two, one it beat the desktop and one was 3% slower I think.

    This is going to be an interesting thing , but I have a feeling it will be BGA. What's interesting is...nVidia didn't allow Clevo to stuff a 1080Ti in the P870 series but this is a Quadro RTX 6000 in a thin and light 15" form factor lol
     
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    They probably cherry picked tests that are either not very power hungry (like many compute benchmarks) or aren’t affected much by clockspeed.
     
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