NVIDIA leaves nothing left out as it plans to launch its GeForce RTX 30 mobile GPU to make sure gamers from all platforms get the best as well.
NVIDIA takes matters into its own hands as it announces on its official Twitter account the launch of a special GeForce RTX 30 with the words “Game On” virtual event coming this Jan 12 at 9AM PST. Due to the ongoing pandemic making it hard to host a physical event, most events have now been done virtually online. NVIDIA will now do the company’s event via its official Twitch and YouTube channels.
What is RTX 30 series?
NVIDIA, however, did not actually detail what the company will be revealing this coming Jan 12. However, according to the story by TomsHardware, looking closely at the company’s nine-second video, there’s a vague reveal regarding the chipmaker’s official itinerary for this date.
The very first image of the gaming laptop actually seemingly references NVIDIA’s own mobile GeForce RTX 30 series. GPUs. There have also been a number of retailer listings as well as reasonable specifications regarding the mobile Ampere as of late. Nvidia is expected to announce this lineup very soon.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series
The second image reportedly comes from Outriders artwork. Outriders is said to be an upcoming co-op shooter from the People Can Fly. This is the same team that is behind Bulletstorm as well as Gears of War: Judgment. It is still currently unknown as to whether the company had its own hand in the game’s official development. However, its inclusion in Nvidia’s own teaser video might imply that this game might use some of NVIDIA’s technology.
Shortly after the announced Outriders artwork, there’s a brief flash of the GeForce RTX logo. This could be NVIDIA’s way of hinting at the main announcement of the desktop’s very own Ampere-based GPU. There have also been quite long rumors that the said chipmaker would eventually launch the official GeForce RTX 3060 at the upcoming CES 2021. The earlier leaks rumored the variant’s official launch in January.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 availability
NVIDIA then finishes the video along with an illustration of what kind of looks like the company’s own take on the Resizable BAR or Base Address Register technology. Ever since the official release of AMD’s very own Smart Access Memory, the official Radeon team has also worked with Intel as well as NVIDIA in order to bring the very same goodness towards the Intel platform as well as NVIDIA’s own GPUs.
The Ampere-based GPUs are said to support the Resizable BAR which would only require just a simple software update in order to get the full feature up and running. If NVIDIA did actually reference this in the video, this could mean that its very own rendition of the new Resizable BAR is now ready for primetime.
NVIDIA gaming laptops are definitely one of the most sought after products in the market whether they be AMD or Intel powered. 9th gen laptops with the GTX 1650 is usually a standard for most high powered gaming laptops.