NVIDIA announces GeForce RTX 40 Laptop GPU series, RTX 4090 with 9728 CUDAs and 16GB GDDR6 memory

Published: 3rd Jan 2023, 16:44 GMT   Comments

NVIDIA kicks off CES 2023 with RTX 40 Laptop GPU launch

NVIDIA is officially announcing its RTX 40 series for laptops. 

The company confirmed today it will introduce a new flagship RTX 40 mobile series for enthusiast.

NVIDIA RTX 40 series based on Ada Lovelace architecture will feature 5th Gen Max-Q technologies, such as ultra-low voltage GDDR6 memory or tri-speed memory controllers. The architecture will also support the latest AI technologies such as DLSS 3 upscaling.

The company is splitting the launch of their mobile GPUs into enthusiast RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 GPUs and RTX 4070, 4060 and 4050 mid-tier graphics.

GeForce RTX 40 Laptop GPUs, Source: NVIDIA

NVIDIA RTX 4090 Laptop GPU features AD103 GPU with 9728 CUDA cores. Such configuration is already used by desktop RTX 4080 card. The 4090 is a successor to the Ampere-based RTX 3080 Ti GPU which was locked to a similar max TGP of 150W (note this does not include Dynamic Boost).

NVIDIA is confirming that this card will offer 38.9 TFLOPS of single-precision compute performance, so almost the same level as desktop RTX 4070 Ti. However, it is nowhere near desktop RTX 4090 which should be twice as fast.

GeForce RTX 40 Laptop GPU Specs, Source: NVIDIA

The RTX 4080 GPU is to feature AD104 with 7424 CUDA cores and 12GB GDDR6 memory. Just as the RTX 4090 this model will also be locked to 150W TGP, however the lowest tier variant may appear with 60W TGP (so make sure to check the laptop specs before buying).

NVIDIA RTX 4070 Laptop GPU is to feature AD106 GPU with 4608 CUDA cores, clocked up to 2.175 GHz. This card will operate within 35W to 115W range and the same range will apply to RTX 4060 and RTX 4050 class laptops. The 4070 features 8GB of GDDR6 memory across a 128-bit memory bus, and again the same configuration is used by RTX 4060.

NVIDIA’s lowest tier of RTX 40 Laptop GPUs will feature AD107 GPU. The RTX 4060 is to feature 3072 CUDA cores while RTX 4050 will debut with 2560 cores. The latter is equipped with 6GB of GDDR6 memory and 96-bit memory bus.

GeForce RTX 40 Laptops, Source: NVIDIA

NVIDIA confirmed today that RTX 40 Laptop GPUs will start at $999. The cheaper 4070/4060/4050 class GPUs will be available starting from February 22nd, while RTX 4080/4090 series will launch two weeks earlier (February 8th). The starting price for the enthusiast laptops is more than $1999.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Mobile Series Specs
VideoCardz.comRTX 4090RTX 4080RTX 4070RTX 4060RTX 4050
CodenameX21-X11X21-X9X21-X6X21-X4X21-X2
GPUAD103AD104AD106AD107 AD107
CUDA Cores
 
9728
 
7424
 
4608
 
3072
 
2560
Boost Clock
 
1.45 - 2.04 GHz
 
1.35 - 2.28 GHz
 
1.23 - 2.175 GHz
 
1.47 - 2.37 GHz
 
1.61 - 2.37 GHz
FP32 Compute
 
38.9 TFLOPS
 
33.8 TFLOPS
 
20.0 TFLOPS
 
14.6 TFLOPS
 
12.1 TFLOPS
Memory
 
16GB G6 256b
 
12GB G6 192b
 
8GB G6 128b
 
8GB G6 128b
 
6GB G6 96b
TGP
 
80-150W
 
60-150W
 
35-115W
 
35-115W
 
35-115W



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