Nvidia RTX 40 series laptop graphics cards disclosed

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series laptop graphics cards are expected to be officially released at CES 2023. Recently, Wccftech obtained a large number of details about the series of laptop graphics cards, from the highest-end RTX 4090 to the entry-level RTX 4050.

This laptop graphics card includes a total of five models, namely RTX 4090, RTX 4080, RTX 4070, RTX 4060, and RTX 4050. Although the name is consistent with the desktop platform, after all, to adapt to the laptop environment, their GPU models are still different.

RTX 40 laptop graphics cards

The flagship RTX 4090 will be based on the AD103 GPU with a frequency of 1590 to 2040MHz and a corresponding TGP of 150 to 175W. Thanks to the Dynamic Boost technology, the RTX 4090 can also “borrow” an additional 25W of power consumption from the CPU, thereby pushing the TGP up to 200W, and the frequency can continue to increase.
As for the second-level RTX 4080, it uses the AD104 core, perhaps because it is slightly smaller than the RTX 4090, and its frequency is slightly higher, ranging from 1860 to 2280MHz. In terms of power consumption, it is consistent with RTX 4090, TGP is 150 to 175W, and has 25W brought by Dynamic Boost.
The next RTX 4070, RTX 4060, and RTX 4050 all have similar TGPs of 115 to 140W, and Dynamic Boost can also provide an additional 25W. And they all have another setting of TGP 85W and Dynamic Boost 10W. It is speculated that this is for gaming notebooks and creative notebooks that are mainly thin, light, and portable.

In addition, the GPU of RTX 4070 is AD106, and the frequency is 2070-2175MHz. Both RTX 4060 and RTX 4050 are based on the same GPU AD107, but the RTX 4050 has been reduced in scale. As for the specific number of CUDA, it must wait until CES 2023 to know.