Chinese OEM Lists Final Specs For Nvidia’s Upcoming Mobility GPUs, Includes The RTX 2080, RTX 2070 and the RTX 2060

As reported previously, Nvidia will be launching new Mobility GPUs at CES next year.  Apart from some leaks, we lacked solid spec numbers. But WCCFTech was able to find a Chinese OEM manufacturer who listed the specs on their website. This comes from a manufacturer named CJSCOPE, who listed the specs for their upcoming Xijie Lion laptop. CJSCOPE basically listed 3 cards including the RTX 2080 MXM, RTX 2070 MXM, and RTX 2060 MXM.

Laptop Source – WCCFTech

Also, both the laptops are running a full-featured desktop motherboard. This is evident from the CPU selection below, all of which require a full Z370 board.

CPU selection Source – WCCFTech

Coming to the Mobility cards now – 

RTX 2080 MXM

Going by the listing, it is supposed to have 2944 CUDA cores, a base frequency of 1515 MHz with over 1860 MHz on boost.  Memory bandwidth remains unchanged at 14GBPS. Comparing it to the desktop variant, the 2080 MXM specs look alike. Although cooling will be a challenge as similar spec’d 2080’s draw close to 200W on load, which might not be feasible for more compact laptops.

RTX 2070 MXM

The specs are again similar to its desktop counterpart with 2304 CUDA cores and a 1410 MHz/1740 MHz base/boost clock. For laptops, the 2070 is an interesting pick due to its lower power draw and solid performance. Based on the TU106 chip, it offers performance slightly better than a GTX 1080, plus the RTX functionality.

RTX 2060 MXM

This is where it gets interesting as listed specs by CJSCOPE suggests a cut down version of the desktop card. Based on preliminary leaks, the RTX 2060 was supposed to have  1920 CUDA cores and base/boost clocks of 1320 MHz/1620 MHz.

The listed MXM version instead has 1536 CUDA cores, but clock speeds and memory remain ( 6 GB of GDDR6) similar (based on previous leaks).  Usually, mobility versions have tweaked power profiles but this seems to be a completely different SKU. It can be the Max-Q version, but even those only show cut downs in clock speeds and not actual CUDA cores.

Release Date

Nvidia is going to showcase them on CES next month, probably with a retail release coming soon after. One of the pages from CJSCOPE states “RTX 2060 shipping the date is tentatively scheduled for January 15, 2019“. This might indicate a retail release date.

Rumored GeForce RTX 20 Series Specifications
GPUsRTX 2080
RTX 2080
RTX 2070
RTX 2070
RTX 2060
RTX 2060
CUDA Cores294429442304230419201536
Base Clock1515 MHz1515 MHz1410 MHz1410 MHz1320 MHz1320 MHz
Boost Clock1710 MHz
1800 MHz*
1847 MHz1620 MHz
1710 MHz*
1740 MHz1620 MHz1620 MHz
* Founders Edition  (Data Taken From VideoCardz)
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