NVIDIA has been performance testing the upcoming top-end consumer, prosumer and professional-grade GPUs, especially for the laptops and portable computing devices. A leaked slide claims to reveal just how powerful the as-yet-unannounced NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER and RTX 2080 SUPER Mobile GPUs are as compared to the current-generation NVIDIA products such as the RTX 2060 and GTX 1660 Ti.
It is increasingly becoming clear that the upcoming NVIDIA Graphics Chips, even those headed to the portable computers, would offer impressive performance. The prediction holds true not just for professional graphics-intensive tasks, but also for gaming at respectable resolution and high graphics settings. Additionally, the new GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER and GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER mobile GPUs have the advanced Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS), which is an NVIDIA RTX technology that uses the power of AI to boost frame rates in games with graphically-intensive workloads.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 And RTX 2080 SUPER Variants Mobility GPUs To Offer – Up To 50% Faster Performance:
NVIDIA should soon launch its new GeForce RTX SUPER Mobility GPUs which should offer a specifications bump over the existing GeForce RTX Mobility GPUs. The Turing Refresh or GeForce RTX SUPER Mobility GPU lineup could arrive in several variants. A new slide that allegedly was released internally at NVIDIA shows up to 50% better performance of each SUPER variant compared to its slightly older non-SUPER variant.
A presentation slide, apparently from the internal press deck, shows two SUPER variants listed with their respective but comparative performance gains over the current generation of Non-SUPER variants of NVIDIA Mobility Graphics chips.It is interesting to note that the slide mentions the performance gains of the SUPER edition of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 And RTX 2080 Mobility GPUs with and without DLSS Switched On. Needless to add, with the technology turned on, the cards can reportedly have a 50 percent performance gain. But the gains are rather synthetic, and only real-world testing should be able to confirm if the artificial frame-rate boost improves the quality of visuals.
For reasons unknown, the single slide doesn’t mention the other NVIDIA’s SUPER-branded graphics chips which are also coming to laptops next quarter. Not only does the slide omit the RTX 2060 SUPER, and the GTX 1650 SUPER series, it also does not mention the RTX 2080 mobility chip. The latter’s mention should have offered a much realistic comparison as it is the current flagship of the lineup.
RTX 2060 Super (Notebook)
> 2176 Cuda cores (34 CUs)
> 1.49 GHz core clock
> 8GB GDDR6
HP OMEN by HP Laptop 17-cb1xxx (HP 8748)https://t.co/bxhVCGtKlJ
2070 (Notebook) : 24.5K
2060 super (Notebook) : 231312
2070 Max-Q : 21.5K to 22K pic.twitter.com/Qp8HwLPSsj
— _rogame (@_rogame) February 25, 2020
With the specifications boost, the GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER is more than likely to either match or comes close to the RTX 2080 (Non-SUPER). The same parameter could be valid for the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER. With its alleged 50 percent performance boost over the RTX 2070 SUPER / RTX 2080 Mobility GPUs.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 And RTX 2080 SUPER Variants Mobility GPUs Availability:
It is important to note that the NVIDIA RTX 2080 SUPER Mobility GPU has a Total Graphics Power (TGP) of 150W+. In other words, these high-end mobility GPUs will be used only in the most high-end laptop configurations with a huge power adapter. Essentially, these discreet GPUs could be embedded in premium gaming laptops that rival modern-day desktops.It could be very interesting to see if laptop makers use the upcoming AMD’s Ryzen 4000 ‘Renoir’ mobility CPUs in conjunction with the new GeForce RTX mobility GPU lineup. The combination could give rise to a new range of performance laptops. To date, Intel has dominated the mobility CPU space, and the company’s processors have mostly worked with either integrated GPUs or NVIDIA GPUs.