Thursday, December 27th 2018

GeForce RTX Mobility Series Outed by Taiwanese OEM, CES Announcement Incoming?

Taiwanese OEM CJSCOPE has outed a tease for their upcoming HX 970 GX laptop, featuring an Intel 9th gen processor and NVIDIA's RX 2080 graphics card in an MXM form-factor. The Mobility version of the RX 2080 will feature the same 2944 CUDA cores, but an up to 1847 MHz core clock - better binning in the mobile versions of these chips, likely.

Other options given by CJSCOPE in configuring the laptop include the Mobility 2070 and 2060. The Mobility RX 2070 follows the desktop version in CUDA cores (2304) and slightly increases the maximum Boost clock to 1710 MHz, while the RX 2060 Mobility reduces the amount of CUDA cores from the prospective 1920 found in the (unreleased) desktop version to 1536 (a 20% reduction in computational resources). The marketing materials also state that the RTX 2060 should be available on January 15th.
Sources: CJSCOPE, via VideoCardz
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17 Comments on GeForce RTX Mobility Series Outed by Taiwanese OEM, CES Announcement Incoming?

#1
Vya Domus
Man those charts are hilariously misleading.
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#2
Raevenlord
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Vya Domus said:
Man those charts are hilariously misleading.
Bigger bars are always moar better.
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#3
Ferrum Master
Raevenlord said:
Bigger bars are always moar better.
And what if we do 1080Ti OC also lol
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#4
Vya Domus
Ferrum Master said:
And what if we do 1080Ti OC also lol
No worries, just make the bar bigger, on a per case basis.
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#5
Basard
Ferrum Master said:
And what if we do 1080Ti OC also lol
It's in there already, and it's tied with the 2070.......... lol.
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#6
Ferrum Master
Basard said:
It's in there already, and it's tied with the 2070.......... lol.
And the lol factor maybe the fact that it is actually a lie.

TPU review charts show that 1080ti > 2070 for about 7-10%
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#7
EarthDog
Lol, this OEM and those graphs...lolol


Where in TPU news can you find the source for the articles and images?? I dont see a source cited.
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#8
The Quim Reaper
Unveiled in January, Available to actually buy in Laptops, November.:rolleyes:
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#9
Raevenlord
News Editor
EarthDog said:
Lol, this OEM and those graphs...lolol


Where in TPU news can you find the source for the articles and images?? I dont see a source cited.
At the bottom of the article. Thanks for heads-up, forgot to input the sources. My bad.
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#10
softreaper
EarthDog said:
Lol, this OEM and those graphs...lolol


Where in TPU news can you find the source for the articles and images?? I dont see a source cited.
Builded By clevo (design talks) ;)
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#11
Robcostyle
1080 Ti == 2070?! dafuqqq Oo

Ah, yes, it's just ngreedia&partners are getting desperate, on the eve of 2060 for 450$ release - they know it's ridiculous, but they can't help themselves and keep pushing those prices.
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#12
krykry
Robcostyle said:
1080 Ti == 2070?! dafuqqq Oo

Ah, yes, it's just ngreedia&partners are getting desperate, on the eve of 2060 for 450$ release - they know it's ridiculous, but they can't help themselves and keep pushing those prices.
It's just a manipulation. The 1070ti and 1080ti mentioned are the mobile versions of 1070ti and 1080ti, which are throttled to keep them at low power consumption.

So if you compare a throttled 1070ti and 1080ti to, not only not throttled, but even overclocked 20xx series that ignore power consumption, the result is obvious.
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#13
Vya Domus
krykry said:
the mobile versions of 1070ti and 1080ti
There are no mobile variants of 1070ti and 1080ti. It's a comparison to the desktop chips, disingenuous as they may seem.
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#14
dick_cheney
krykry said:
It's just a manipulation. The 1070ti and 1080ti mentioned are the mobile versions of 1070ti and 1080ti, which are throttled to keep them at low power consumption.

So if you compare a throttled 1070ti and 1080ti to, not only not throttled, but even overclocked 20xx series that ignore power consumption, the result is obvious.
Talk about just spouting out info that is completely made up....really mobile ti chips.
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#15
Ubersonic
I see no evidence that they are "mobility" versions? look to be the same as the desktop ones...
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#16
Robcostyle
Lol, I just noticed it’s mark’11....1080 Ti easily beats 2080, even oc’ed, it’s not time spy. And those charts above - I dunno - shoudn’t the comany be charged for such a great misleading?
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#17
bogami
I think they have incorrectly defined the advertisement because it only says : a higher energy consumption .., and this is not desirable in the leptop . The rest is sand in the eyes .
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