Nvidia’s new laptops are ultrabooks with 1080 power

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Nvidia’s announcement for the Computex 2017 is a clear announcement for computer gamers: There is no difference between laptop and desktop gaming. The new Nvidia design Max-Q designates new laptops that are a third as thin and three times as fast as their predecessors – 1.8 centimeters thick, 2.27 kilograms heavily – and nevertheless a Nvidia GTX 1080 as graphics card in itself ,

As soon as the new laptops are in the store on June 27, they will be significantly faster than current gaming laptops such as Razers 4k Blade (it GTX 1060) and about as fast as the significantly heavier Blade Pro. There are no real benchmarks yet. But at least the Max-Q website says that the GeForce 1080 is 1.8 times faster than the GTX 1060 when you play AAA titles on 4K resolution. On the Computex demo at any rate, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang showed how he played with his laptop Project Cars 2 , which is 60 percent faster than the PS4 Pro.

ASUS Rog Zephyrus, to NVIDIA Max-Q gaming laptop

According to Nvidia, the new laptops are not only designed to be thin and lightweight, “from the chip, the drivers, to the thermal and electrical components,” but also the software regulates the working load between the CPU and GPU to optimize energy consumption and heat development , A whisper mode is also designed to reduce the performance on demand and thereby allow the laptop to work cooler and more energy-saving.

The new design has already begun. “Acer, Aftershock, Alienware, ASUS, Clevo, Dreammachine, ECT, Gigabyte, Hasee, HP, LDLC, Lenovo, Mergy, Maingear, Mechrevo, MSI, Multicom, Origin PC, PC Specialist, Sager, Scan, Terransforce, Tronic ‘5 and XoticPC’ will fit all GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080 in their laptops.



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