Geforce RTX 4000 for notebooks may be unveiled in January

In recent months, the launches have flown by. This applies not least to Nvidia, whose new Geforce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 “Ada Lovelace” recently found their way onto store shelves. As usual, the stationary range has been given plenty of space in the spotlight, but even less has been heard about the newcomer’s portable sibling.

The rumor mill is now looking to change that, with fresh information about the newcomers. Sources for Wccftech has shared both alleged dates and performance figures from 3DMark Time Spy for the notebook lineup of Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 4000 series. It is said to be several graphics cards, from the RTX 4050 all the way up to the RTX 4080 Ti.

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In terms of performance, the improvement is generally around 30 percent compared to its predecessors, with the flagship at the top of the graph. The somewhat simpler RTX 4070 is not far behind and beats the current flagship RTX 3080 Ti by 15 percent. Somewhat further down the list, the mid-range model RTX 4060 can be seen, which ends up right behind the RTX 3070 Ti.

The naming is not yet set in stone. There is also uncertainty about which circuits take place in the various models. Generally speaking, the names from the portable line-up are not directly translatable to which circuits are in the full-sized graphics cards, which is why, for example, the Geforce RTX 4080 Ti could be built on the same AD102 circuit as the RTX 4090 for desktop computers, albeit in a reduced format.

The launch should land just after the turn of the year, a time span that coincides with CES 2023. At the beginning of February, test copies of notebook computers with the top models Geforce RTX 4080 and RTX 4080 Ti are planned to start looking out, something that should then be followed by the start of sales no later than the middle of the same month. There are no price details or information about which manufacturers intend to equip their computers with the new graphics cards.

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