mother: graphics card for laptop
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080(Laptop)
Nvidia released this epic graphics card for laptop gamers back in the first quarter of 2019. And, from that time this GPU for laptop has turned many heads towards it. Currently, it’s probably the single graphics card for laptops that has no enemy. Yes, many tech pundits have tested this GPU in different computing settings and they are pretty vocal about its masculine performance under steep gaming/processing demands.
Now, coming to its tech specs, it has an 8GB GDDR6 VRAM type memory volume attached to it. Added to this, it follows the 12 nm manufacturing process. This manufacturing process ensures that it’s at least 50% faster than its predecessors and consumes 60% less power. Further, this GPU runs on the NVIDIA’s latest Turing architecture that clocks a base speed of 1380 MHz and it can go up to 1590 MHz.
The memory bandwidth of this graphics card for laptop is colossal – 448GB/Sec. It’s fun, right? Yes, I’m talking about full-fledged 4k gaming experience on your laptop with the ability to pull 60 fps in Ray-traced games with the best AI-powered gaming performance.
Technically, RTX 2080 Ti is the most powerful GPU for gaming PCs available today, on this planet, and NVIDIA never planned to dishearten the laptop gamers. The result?
They removed the Ti part and made an ultra-low-power RTX 2080 graphics card for laptop gamers. Yes, its 150W power consumption never fails to push this laptop graphic card to handle extreme overclocking.
- The best graphics card for laptop gaming
- Low power demand – around 150 watt
- First-ever real-time ray-tracing capable gaming GPU for laptop
- 256-bit memory bus with 448GBPS memory bandwidth
- Too much expensive.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070(Laptop)
As it goes with the gamers – It’s RTX. It’s on.
Truly, the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card for laptop gaming or heavy graphics designing is the second best out there in the market. Before these GPUs, heavy gaming and portability were poles apart. But, now, you can experience the real gaming on your laptops.
Now, coming to its tech specs, RTX 2070(laptop) almost equals the processing power of RTX 2080(laptop). It runs on the same Turing architecture for handling extreme overclocking. further, it comes with an 8GB GDDR6 VRAM memory module and offers the same memory bandwidth – 448GB per second.
Moving on to the other features, the base frequency of this laptop graphics card is a bit lower than RTX 2080 and it’s around 1215 Mhz and it’s the same for the max frequency – 1440 Mhz. Its lithography figure is the same – 12nm. And, the brighter side is that it consumes lesser power that RTX 2080 and that’s around 115W. Simply, this graphics card in laptop does wonders – real gaming with low heat output.
Further, the power of realtime ray tracing is there along with the support of the other popular technologies like G-Sync, DirectX-12 API, NVLink, and DLSS.
So, who should go with this graphics card?
SImply, if you do not have a high budget to purchase the RTX 2080 but still want to enjoy gaming at 1080p or 4K level with real-time ray-tracing, this GPU is for your gaming beast.
- Same as RTX 2080
- Cheaper than RTX 2080 but still burns a hole in your pocket.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q
Another gem from NVIDIA towards global laptop gaming. Admittedly, it’s one of the best laptop graphics cards that NVIDIA mothered.
Now, coming to its beefy tech features, this graphics card for laptop gaming offers a bit diminished performance if compared to the RTX 2080 GPUs for the PC ecosystem. And, it should be. We can’t demand equal processing power from a GPU that draws way less power and seeks less cooling.
Having said that,
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Max-Q(8GB DDR5X)
AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 (Vega 10 XL mobile)