NVIDIA has announced that RTX 40 series graphics cards will be shipped in gaming laptops starting in February.
The flagship variant will be the RTX 4090, but cheaper solutions will be available to buyers up to the budget RTX 4050. Of course, you should not expect the performance of these GPUs for laptops to match their desktop counterparts. However, judging by the description, they will have all core capabilities, including DLSS 3, which provides improved image quality thanks to a neural network, as well as improved ray tracing.
As for which notebooks will receive RTX 40-series graphics cards first, NVIDIA has announced notebooks from partners such as Alienware, Dell, Acer, Gigabyte, MSI, Samsung, Lenovo, and Razer in various form factors.
GeForce RTX 4090 and 4080 are the flagship models of the line of graphics cards for laptops. NVIDIA claims that the new graphics cards will allow laptops to display images with a resolution of 4K on three monitors simultaneously at 60 frames per second, as well as provide twice the speed of video export compared to the previous generation of graphics chips .
Next in line will be the RTX 4070 graphics card, which NVIDIA says delivers RTX 3080-level performance with lower power consumption. These 40-series chips use low-voltage GDDR6 memory, which provides higher performance without consuming a lot of power, which should theoretically improve laptop battery life.
We will see more new models from the NVIDIA RTX 40 series in the next few days thanks to CES 2023.