NVIDIA Announces New GeForce RTX SUPER-Powered Laptops with Max-Q Technology

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NVIDIA has announced that new laptops flaunting GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs and Max-Q technology will begin shipping on the week of April 15th. There are over 100 models in total, which start at just $699 (GTX) and $999 (RTX).

According to NVIDIA, GeForce RTX SUPER-powered laptops will offer performance that’s up to 25 percent faster than those equipped with standard RTX 20-Series GPUs. Additionally, all of these models feature the latest Max-Q technology, which delivers twice the efficiency of the initial generation.

This new lineup of laptops kicks off with the introduction of the latest GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs, bringing you performance that’s up to 25% faster than original GeForce RTX 20-Series GPUs. These laptops are ideal for demanding games at high resolutions, competitive games at high FPS, broadcasting, or resource-intensive creative applications. And both the GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER and GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER GPUs are offered in Max-Q configurations for the absolute highest mobile performance and efficiency.


Gone are the days of hulking desktop replacements for portable gaming. This new generation of GeForce laptops represents the perfect marriage of power and portability. Together with the latest Max-Q technologies, they feature up to 2X the efficiency of first-generation Max-Q laptops, enabling them to be incredibly thin while more powerful than ever, with the same 80 Watt GPU power budget.


NVIDIA has also announced ten new RTX Studio laptops, which feature GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs for powering through creative and design apps. These comprise the Razer (Blade 15 Base and Advanced, RTX Studio Edition), MSI (Creator 15, Creator 17, WS66, and WS75), Acer (ConceptD 7 Ezel and Ezel Pro) and Gigabyte (AERO 15 OLED and AERO 17 HDR).

Tsing Mui
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