What RTX 3080 and Intel 11th gen is worth it than RTX 2080+10th gen on laptop??

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  1. Djadit

    Djadit Notebook Evangelist

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    Hello
    I know gen11 and rtx 3080 is not launching now on laptop
    I think is Febuary 2021
    Just wanna know,
    Recently i have read about Intel 11th gen And Rtx 3080
    What is very worth it upgrading From Previous Generation ?
    When read some topic on site about RTX 3080 perfomance Like GTX 980 To 1080
    almost like using SLi 980 To 1080

    And maybe They Have DDR5 Ram on 11th gen
    Pcie4 to
    this is like a huge hardware update in my opinion
    New Pcie4 And DDR5 Ram
    What do you think about Next specs Leak Hardware
    Is it very worth to upgrade ?
    is it possible after all this time Single VGA can run all games above 60 fps ?

    Or someone can give Score
    Maybe 20% better or ?


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  2. joluke

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    The RTX 3080 should have an impact of over 90% or 100% over the 1080 mobile!

    We need to wait and see tho
     
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  3. Ed. Yang

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    No.
    10th Gen Intel+RTX2080 is going to be just a fraction cost when compared to 11th Gen Intel+RTX3080.
     
  4. yosv211

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    You can't compare a desktop class gpu with a mobile version.

    To OP, nobody knows what card nvidia will use for laptops, but it isn't for sure going to be a 3080 with a tpd of 320w.
     
  5. Biker Gremling

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    RTX 3080 capped to 200W (or more commonly to 115W in Max-Q laptops) from 350W might not have such a great performance gain from 2080 Super, a card that in desktop form is capped to 250W. Binning just can take you so far.
     
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    The 3070 has a tpd of 220w, they might use that and call it a 3080.
     
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  7. jotm

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    No reason they can't cap the TDP at like 100-200 Watts, and just slap it in a laptop :D

    The CUDA cores alone would make up for the loss in performance.
     
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