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The RTX 3080 Max-Q would be the equivalent of a 3070 desktop unit

The RTX 3080 Max-Q would be the equivalent of a 3070 desktop unit

A new leak regarding the specifications of a mobile RTX 3080 installed in an ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo (GX551QS) laptop has just surfaced. This Asus reference is still unpublished and will probably be presented in a few days for the CES. But its existence allows us to confirm some details about the next RTX 3080 Mobile… In this case a potential RTX 3080 Max-Q. RTX 3080 MAx-Q The flagship RTX 3080 graphics card dedicated to laptops will have the full GA104 GPU. It will feature 6144 CUDA cores and up to 16GB of GDDR6 memory. On this model of Asus laptop, the card appears with a 1.54 GHz GPU. This data could confirm that this is a Max-Q variant used to meet the characteristics of the ASUS ROG Zephyrus (very thin) laptop chassis.

An RTX 3080 Max-Q coupled to a Ryzen 5900H

The rest of the configuration also allows us to definitively confirm that AMD CPUs will have the large Nvidia cards in 2021. This Zephyrus is indeed equipped with a Ryzen 9 5900H processor. Passed under GeekBench 5, this laptop version of the RTX 3080 scored 139181 points, which is exactly the same level as a desktop RTX 3070. We are still far from an RTX 3080 Desktop which is 28 to 30% higher.

No jealousy with Tiger Lale-H variations

For information, it is highly probable that this variation of the Zephyrus has a twin brother in Intel. We already know that a ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE GX551Q would integrate a Core i7-11370H processor ( Tiger Lake-H 10nm ). This would be a Quad Core model clocked at 3.3 GHz (4.8 GHz in Turbo mode). A more muscular version of the Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE with a Tiger Lake Octo Core (8 cores) would also be on the program. [gp_product_box ean=”4718017609357″]

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