Nvidia’s RTX 30 Series brought 4K gaming access and ray tracing to desktop gamers and enthusiasts when it launched last September. It now appears that the same power and accessibility is coming to laptops, or at least that’s what happens Wccftech says. Nvidia’s RTX 30 series portable chipsets are said to enter laptops as soon as next January, complete with support for advanced AMD mobile processors, namely: AMD 5000 Series.
The first RTX 30 Series chipset to arrive in laptops will be the RTX 3080 and 3070 in January 2021. It will only be available on ASUS or MSI products. HP, Dell and Lenovo will wait until April to launch their own 30-segment products. Surprisingly, the RTX 3060, the SKU for the Nvidia 30 series that has yet to be officially announced, has been mentioned as one of the chipsets that will eventually be available in laptops. All in all, this new line of products incorporating Nvidia’s latest GPU chipset will replace its packaged SUPER and RTX 2060.
High performance at low cost
It’s great news that Nvidia is preparing its 30 Series chipset for mobile support. However, the real shock here is how much it will cost to arrest a system that packs a powerful GPU. Nvidia’s pricing recommendations for systems are surprisingly low. RTX 3060-powered laptops (which are yet to be announced) will cost around $ 999, RTX 3070 laptops are $ 1,299, and finally for people looking for ultimate performance on the go, RTX laptops will cost $ 3,090 1,999.
While this ultimate SKU will be a hit in client portfolios, it will make up for it in performance; These high-end rigs will also come with an Intel Core i7 or AMD Ryzen 7 portable processor. It should be noted that this is I suggested Prices that will not be seen at all.
And yes, when first introduced, RTX 30 series portable chipsets will be compatible with AMD Ryzen’s high-end mobile CPUs. These rigs will be more aimed at those looking for an advanced mobile experience and will mark the first time that consumers have been able to choose between Intel and AMD for more expensive laptops. If only buying a new ray-tracing laptop doesn’t sound so attractive, 30 Series External GPUs She is also on the horizon.