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RTX 3000 with AMD 5000 in the notebooks from 2021 onwards

RTX 3000 with AMD 5000 in the notebooks from 2021 onwards

This is the twofold information we have today. Firstly, it concerns a leak in an official Nvidia document from Wccftech announcing the future roadmap of the RTX 3000 Mobile range.

The RTX 3000 Mobile range from the first quarter of 2021?

The chameleon company plans to introduce early next year the RTX 3080, RTX 3070 and RTX 3060 GPUs to replace its SUPER range and the RTX 2060 on notebooks. For the first half of 2021, NVIDIA does not plan to replace the GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1650 Ti and GTX 1650. The arrival of some of these GPUs will therefore take place in January, which is particularly surprising given the current situation of the Ampere. RTX 3000 Laptop A very paradoxical situation since, still according to Wccftech, these new GPUs will initially only be available from ASUS and MSI.  HP, Dell and Lenovo would have decided to wait until April to support these new GPUs, as they want to associate them with the launches that will take place at that time. This implies that they will be working with RTX 20xxs (or AMDs?) throughout the first quarter. Suicidal position or simply lucid with regard to the expected availability? In the meantime, the RTX 2080 SUPER and RTX 2070 SUPER mobile GPUs should be switched to EOL (end of life) in January 2021 by Nvidia. Another explanation for this waiting position of some brands seems to be the likely lifetime of the RTX 3000 mobile series. These could have a very short life cycle (given that there are rumours that NVIDIA is considering switching to 7 nm TSMC for its SUPER variants of the RTX 30 range).

AMD 5000 notebooks with big cards at last!

NVIDIA has also provided recommended specifications for the laptops that will be equipped with its mobile GPUs. What will be clearly noticeable on the slide below is the support for the next generation of AMD Ryzen which could therefore finally be combined with Nvidia’s high-end GPUs. Until now, this association seemed difficult, especially from a technical point of view. The AMD 5000 series (Cezzane-H) could enable notebook manufacturers to be free from the bottleneck that handicapped the Ryzen 4000H with its PCI-Express interface, which could only deliver a single PCIe 3.0 x8 line. AMD + RTX 3000 mobile In short, these announcements are interesting but raise many questions about the beginning of the year 2021, which is arriving at high speed. First of all “What about availability”? One cannot envisage that Nvidia solves its problems between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Finally, what coherence and what discourse can be expected if the switch to a new generation of RTXs produced at TSMC arrives in the second quarter?

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