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According to Notebook Check, NVIDIA is preparing to update its Turing mobile GPU series with SUPER. This is the result of their decision to launch the SUPER desktop card earlier this year. The team expects to launch its supercharged GPU in gaming laptops in March 2020.

Notebook Check received this information in a slide, confirming an update from a nearby source. The slide shows three roving variants of the RTX 20series SUPER: RTX 2080 SUPER, RTX 2070 SUPER and RTX 2060 SUPER. Two SUPER updates to the GTX 16 series were also mentioned, including the GTX 1650 SUPER and currently unknown entry-level graphics cards.

Among the RTX cards mentioned in the 20 series GPUs, it is reported that all three graphics cards will be equipped with 8GB GDDR6 memory. The 16 series cards will also be equipped with 4GB. The transition of the mobile GTX 1650 SUPER

from GDDR5 to GDDR6 is consistent with what we see on desktops. This movement will also significantly increase the speed of memory. All mobile SUPER GPUs will also get CUDA core upgrades.

The MaxQ TDP of all NVIDIA RTX SUPER graphics cards is reduced to 80W. GTX SUPER cards can also be loaded into 35W envelopes.

To be fair, this may be a response to other competition in the market. AMD is advancing development recently, so it is natural that NVIDIA and Intel want to catch up.

AMD has released its AMD RX 5300 and RX 5500 series GPUs in mobile form, but we also expect to launch some desktop RX 5500 series graphics cards by the end of this year.

AMD is also preparing to launch its Ryzen 4000 APU sometime early next year. This combines the GPU and CPU into a heat sink.

As for Intel's competitors, they are currently studying their mobile products through Ice Lake. Intel’s 10-nanometer processors will use an improved graphics technology called Gen11, which will be a huge improvement over Gen9.

Intel is also developing its own Intel Xe graphics architecture, which will fit into a range of devices, from mobile chips to the supercomputer that houses the Ponte Vecchio.

This level of competition from all parties is certainly enough to get Nvidia noticed.

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