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RTX laptops??

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Does anyone know which brand will make the 1st laptop with Nvidia RTX gpus & when it might hit the market?

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Given current speculation is that RTX might not be enabled for lower cards, then we're looking at 2070 and above only. That's gonna be some bigger, high performance laptops only. As for when, was there much of a gap in previous generations? I wouldn't hold your breath. They're not really keeping up with supplies for desktop models as it is.

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24 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

I assume together with the budget cards. But I can't tell for sure

2018 was a big failure for most of the biggest tech companies, microsoft, apple, intel, nvidia

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well given that a 2080Ti can't even maintain 60fps with RTX enabled at 1080p (source) i doubt that low power laptop chips even make sense, unless you want 10 fps or even less. 

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Just now, firelighter487 said:

well given that a 2080Ti can't even maintain 60fps with RTX enabled at 1080p (source) i doubt that low power laptop chips even make sense, unless you want 10 fps or even less. 

Used to game on a Commodore 64.  I ain't no stranger to single digit FPS :)

 

That said, I agree it's going to be a while.  Do you have need of a GTX 1080 or 1080Ti level laptop?

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12 hours ago, jstudrawa said:

Do you have need of a GTX 1080 or 1080Ti level laptop?

I have a laptop with 1060 but i want to know how much can be achieved with laptops also the RTX performance in Battlefield V was disappointing. 

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Who cares? Most laptop models with a 1060 and higher have a thermal or power throttling issue. I would much rather just see a laptop with a proper cooler brought to market. 90c and higher is not acceptable for a gaming load.

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We'll have to see after Nvidia releases their lower-end RTX GPUs (if they're even gonna be called that) ... maybe they'll also come out with Max-Q variants? 

Also: it seems power efficiency is worse than Pascal so yeah ... that might make putting it in laptops even more difficult.

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