Nvidia SUPER gaming laptops with Intel 10th Gen processors coming in April; will likely compete with upcoming Ryzen 4000 laptops
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It appears that Nvidia’s current GeForce RTX gaming laptops are soon to be joined by a new range of SUPER gaming laptops. We recently reported on the fact that Nvidia was planning on releasing more mobile chips onto the market, and there was a slide posted online not long ago that supposedly demonstrated the performance advantages offered by the latest SUPER mobile products from Team Green.
According to an article by Wccftech, Nvidia SUPER laptops featuring an Intel 10th Gen CPU will be announced on April 2, with general retail availability commencing on April 15. The combination of a brand-new processor from Intel and one of the powerful Nvidia SUPER mobile GPUs should be attractive to users considering a new gaming laptop purchase. However, there could be a spanner in the works in no time, thanks to AMD.
Numerous benchmarks for the AMD Ryzen 4000 series of Renoir APUs have been spotted online, and it seems the majority of them paint a very healthy portrait of the Zen 2 mobile processors. While Team Red may be struggling a little to impress on the GPU front lately, things are very different on the CPU/APU front. The Matisse Ryzen chips and Castle Peak Threadrippers were very warmly received, and there have been leaks concerning new gaming laptops that enticingly feature a Ryzen 4000 APU combined with an Nvidia GPU.
An upcoming clash between Nvidia SUPER laptops sporting an Intel 10th Gen CPU and Ryzen 4000 laptops seems inevitable, but Nvidia will be a winner regardless as its GPU products are universally featured.