Computex 2019 | Nvidia announces seven brand-new Quadro GPUs for mobile workstations including three high-end RTX SKUs
Mobile workstations just got more powerful thanks to Nvidia’s unveiling of the availability of its high-end Quadro RTX GPUs for laptops. The three ray-tracing capable SKUs are the Quadro RTX 3000, Quadro RTX 4000, and the Quadro RTX 5000. All three utilize GDDR6 memory with bandwidths ranging from 336 GB/s (RTX 3000) to 448 GB/s (RTX 4000 and RTX 5000). SKUs from this premium GPU series have already been adopted by numerous OEMs, including Dell, HP, MSI, Asus, Acer, and Razer.
For the next tier down, Nvidia has introduced two T-series mobile Quadro GPUs: the Quadro T1000 and the Quadro T2000. These GPUs don’t come with the RT cores or Tensor cores that the RTX series features, but they do offer high performance levels and are undoubtedly more affordable than their RTX stablemates. Expect these T-series GPUs to appear in workstation laptops from the OEMs mentioned above.
Lastly, Nvidia revealed two new P-series GPUs: the Quadro P520 and the Quadro P620. These are basically upgrades of the already existing Quadro P500 and Quadro P600, although the P620 offers similar specifications to the P1000 but with lower power consumption. The same OEMs can be expected to offer workstations with these less-powerful GPUs, with Lenovo also likely to add new devices to its current lineup of laptops for professionals.