NVIDIA unveiled the high-performing RTX GeForce 30 series GPUs at CES 2021
Introducing the NVIDIA RTX GeForce 30 series GPUs that will feature on over 70 laptops this year. Available in three cards, these GPUs will improve acoustics and renderings. Read this blog to read more specifics.
After a not-so-subtle tease, CES 2021 welcomed the reveal of NVIDIA RTX GeForce 30 series GPUs: RTX 3060, 3070, and 3080. The NVIDIA RTX GeForce 30 series GPUs will provide gamers and content creators with unbelievable performance within a portable form factor.
In fact, the majority of the laptops will offer 240 Hz refresh rates or higher.
Each of the three cards provides a performance upgrade
The highlight of the RTX 3060, 3070, and 3080 GPUs is their high-performance factor. In fact, they boast 3rd Gen Max-Q technologies, including WhisperMode 2.0, Dynamic Boost 2.0, Resizable BAR, and NVIDIA DLSS. As a result, the GPUs help to improve performance, battery life, and even audio quality.
Specifications and frames per second for each card
First, the RTX 3060 card can deliver a high performance of 90 fps at 1080p with 4K resolution. It’s a great option for games such as Fortnight. RTX 3070 features 90 fps at 1440p. It also features 12 GB of GDDR6 memory. The RTX 3070 card is 30 percent faster than a PlayStation 5 and up to 50 percent faster than NVIDIA’s RTX 2070. It also has an 8 GB memory and 14 Gbps memory.
Finally, the RTX 3080 has a fully-enabled GA104 GPU, eight memory channels, and 48 SMs. The company claims that laptops using this card can reach 100 fps at 1440p in games such as Fortnite and Rainbow Six.
With a majority of users opting for laptops to play games, these NVIDIA RTX GeForce 30 series GPUs are a great way to experience fewer lags, improved acoustics, and better connection. In addition, NVIDIA’s GPUs accelerate image, video, and animation renderings. Some games such as Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 require more from GPUs with a recommended 1080p to result in HD visuals.
The GPUs will feature on over 70 laptops throughout 2021, starting on January 26. NVIDIA has yet to release the memory capacity of each GPU, but we’re excited about what we’ve discovered so far. RTX 3080 laptops will start at $1,999, RTX 3070 at $1,299, and RTX 3060 at $999. Will you get saving for NVIDIA’s latest release? Post your thoughts in the comments.