NVIDIA Quadro T2000 (Laptop) vs NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 Max-Q
NVIDIA Quadro T2000 (Laptop)► remove
The Nvidia Quadro T2000 for laptops is a professional mobile graphics card that is based on the Turing architecture (TU117 chip). It is based on the consumer desktop GTX 1650 Ti with comparable clock speeds and therefore currently between a mobile GTX 1650 and GTX 1660 Ti. The chip is manufactured in 12nm FinFET at TSMC.
The Turing generation did not only introduce raytracing for the RTX cards, but also optimized the architecture of the cores and caches. According to Nvidia the CUDA cores offer now a concurrent execution of floating point and integer operations for increased performance in compute-heavy workloads of modern games. Furthermore, the caches were reworked (new unified memory architecture with twice the cache compared to Pascal). This leads to up to 50% more instructions per clock and a 40% more power efficient usage compared to Pascal. In contrary to the faster Quadro RTX cards (e.g. Quadro RTX 3000), the T1000 and T2000 don not feature raytracing and Tensor cores.
NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 Max-Q► remove
The Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000 with Max-Q Design is a professional high-end graphics card for powerful laptops and mobile workstations. The Max-Q variants are lower clocked versions that are running more efficient and can be used in smaller chassis than the regular versions. It is based on the same TU104 chip as the consumer GeForce RTX 2080 (mobile) but offers fewer shaders (2,560) and is therefore positioned between the GeForce RTX 2080 (2,944) and 2070 (2,304). Currently we know of three different Max-Q variants with a power consumption (TGP) of 90, 85 and 80 Watt and different clock speeds.
|Model||Shader||TGP (W)||Base (MHz)||Boost (MHz)|
|Quadro RTX 4000 Desktop||2304||160||1005||1545|
|Quadro RTX 4000 Mobile||2560||110||1350||1770|
|Quadro RTX 4000 Max-Q||2560||90||960||1485|
|Quadro RTX 4000 Max-Q||2560||85||900||1440|
|Quadro RTX 4000 Max-Q||2560||80||780||1380|
|GeForce RTX 2070 Mobile||2304||115?||1215||1440|
The Quadro GPUs offer certified drivers, which are optimized for stability and performance in professional applications (CAD, DCC, medical, prospection, and visualizing applications). The performance in these areas is therefore much better compared to corresponding consumer GPUs.
NVIDIA manufacturers the TU104 chip on a 12 nm FinFET process and includes features like Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS) and Real-Time Ray Tracing (RTRT), which should combine to create more realistic lighting effects than older GPUs based on the company's Pascal architecture (if the games support it). The Quadro RTX 5000 is also DisplayPort 1.4 ready, while there is also support for HDMI 2.0b, HDR, Simultaneous Multi-Projection (SMP) and H.265 video en/decoding (PlayReady 3.0).
For professional applications, the Quadro RTX 4000 Max-Q should be only slightly above the mobile Quadro RTX 3000 (depending on the version). Compared to consumer cards, the mobile RTX 2070 will offer a similar performance (or slightly lower).
The still relatively high power consumption of the RTX4000 Max-Q makes the card most suited for big laptops although we should see thinner designs with the Max-Q variants.
|NVIDIA Quadro T2000 (Laptop)||NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000 Max-Q|
|Quadro Turing Series|
|1024 -||2560 -|
|Core||1575 - 1785 (Boost) MHz||780 - 960 - 1380 - 1485 (Boost) MHz|
|Memory||8000 MHz||14000 MHz|
|Bus||128 Bit||256 Bit|
|Max. Memory||4096 MB||8192 MB|
|DirectX||DirectX 12_1||DirectX 12_1|
|Transistors||4700 Million||10800 Million|
|Technology||12 nm||12 nm|
|Features||DLSS, Raytraycing, VR Ready, G-SYNC, Vulkan, Multi Monitor|