GeForce RTX 20 Mobile Series teased by Chinese OEM

Published: Dec 26th 2018, 18:43 GMT   Comments

GeForce RTX goes Mobile

It has been speculated that RTX Mobile series might launch soon, possibly at CES 2019 early next year. We have, in fact, seen numerous notebooks featuring 8th Gen Core Coffee Lake H series, which are set to launch next month. The 9th Gen Core S Series are also to be paired with RTX Mobile series but only in barebone systems which offer full Z370 chipset with desktop socket support.

Chinese OEM called CJSCOPE confirmed such system featuring RTX 2080 MXM graphics card. The notebook codenamed HX-970 GX will be offered with RTX 2080 MXM featuring 2944 CUDA cores and up to 1847 MHz core clock.

The optional specs also list RTX 2070 and RTX 2060. The latter will be available on January 15th, this is actually the date that we have heard for the desktop version.

The clock speeds are slightly higher than desktop Founders Editions. These are probably A variants, which are capable of sustaining higher frequency. The Max-Q variants (even more power efficient SKUs) will probably launch later when thinner designs are ready for launch (such as ASUS Zephyrus).

Rumored GeForce RTX 20 Series Specifications
VideoCardzRTX 2080
RTX 2080
RTX 2070
RTX 2070
RTX 2060
RTX 2060
CUDA Cores294429442304230419201536
Base Clock1515 MHz1515 MHz1410 MHz1410 MHz1320 MHz1320 MHz
Boost Clock1710 MHz
1800 MHz*
1847 MHz1620 MHz
1710 MHz*
1740 MHz1620 MHz (?)1620 MHz
* Founders Edition


Source: CJSCOPE via WCCFTech

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