CES 2019 | NVIDIA unveils the GeForce RTX lineup for laptops, will feature in over 40 notebooks this year
At CES 2019, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang unveiled the mobility RTX GPU lineup based on the new Turing architecture. These GPUs come under the new N18 family and are fabricated on a 12 nm process with support for DLSS and real-time ray tracing. The mobile RTX GPUs come in both standard and Max-Q variants. These variants differ primarily in terms of TGP, clock speed, and memory clock.
These are some of the specs of the upcoming mobile GeForce RTX GPUs —
|Specs||RTX 2080||RTX 2080 Max-Q||RTX 2080 Max-Q||RTX 2070||RTX 2070 Max-Q||RTX 2070 Max-Q||RTX 2060|
|Base Clock (MHz)||1380||735||990||1215||885||1080||960|
|Boost Clock (MHz)||1590||1095||1230||1440||1185||1305||1200|
|Memory Clock (GHz)||7||6||6||7||6||6||7|
The top-tier mobile RTX 2080 (N18E-G3) and RTX 2070 (N18E-G2) come in a total of three variants — one standard and two Max-Q versions. The tables below indicate the Turing GPUs succeeding their Pascal counterparts. Interestingly, while the GTX 1050 Ti gets a Turing successor with the N18P-G0, the GTX 1050 will likely continue as a Pascal card with a new 3 GB GDDR5 version that will be available in standard (50W TGP) and Max-Q (35W TGP) versions.
Laptops featuring mobile RTX 2080 (N18E-G3), 2070 (N18E-G2), and 2060 (N18E-G1) will be available starting early January while the other mobile RTX variants will be shipping in laptops from April 2019. For more information on individual GeForce RTX GPUs be sure to visit our specification pages below:
NVIDIA CES 2019 Keynote