In addition to landing on the desktop platform, Nvidia’s new generation of GPU based on the Ada Lovelace architecture will also appear on the mobile platform. As Nvidia has done for the past few years, the new architecture-based GeForce RTX 40-series mobile GPUs will compete with new mobile GPUs from Intel and AMD.
According to Wccftech
reports, Nvidia may release the GeForce RTX 40 series mobile GPU on January 3, 2023, which is expected to bring an average 30% performance improvement over the previous generation. Among them, the performance of the GeForce RTX 4070 mobile version is 15% higher than that of the RTX 3080 Ti mobile version. The same source has provided information about GeForce RTX 30-series mobile GPUs in the past, and the source should be relatively reliable.
It is expected that Nvidia will launch a variety of related products at the CES 2023 exhibition, including the GeForce RTX 4080
Ti/4090 mobile version, equipped with 16GB video memory; the GeForce RTX 4080 mobile version with 12GB video memory; GeForce RTX 4070 Mobile with 8GB of video memory; GeForce RTX 4060 Mobile with 8GB of video memory; GeForce RTX 4050 Mobile with 6GB of video memory; and GeForce RTX 3050 Mobile with 6GB of video memory. The final specific device models may change, but the underlying devices remain the same, namely GN21-X11, GN21-X9, GN21-X6, GN21-X4, GN21-X2, and RTX 3050 6GB.
Wccftech also provides a TimeSpy benchmark result for GeForce RTX 40-series mobility GPUs, showing approximate performance.
It is understood that the GeForce RTX 40 series mobile GPU will be released at 9 am on January 3, 2023, Pacific time. Major manufacturers will launch models equipped with GN21-X11 and GN21-X9 from the end of January to the beginning of February 2023, which will be available in mid-February.