NVIDIA announces RTX 30-series for laptops and RTX 3060 for desktop

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edited January 13 in Computing Cell Phones

NVIDIA today announced that its latest generation RTX 30-series graphics cards are coming to laptops. Customers will be able to pick from the RTX 3060, RTX 3070, or the RTX 3080 based graphics models, which will start at $999, $1299, and $1999, respectively.

Like the desktop models, the RTX 30-series graphics cards on the laptops are based on NVIDIA's Ampere architecture and feature second-generation RT cores for real-time ray tracing and third-generation Tensor Cores for artificial intelligence and machine learning. It will also include support for features such as NVIDIA DLSS,...

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