For quite some time, rumors have circulated that Nvidia will release the first RTX 40 series GPUs for laptops in early 2023. According to a new report, these GPUs will have a maximum TGP of 175W, and there will be five SKUs to accommodate a wide range of laptop prices.
Wccftech reports that the RTX 40 laptop series will consist of five GPUs: RTX 4090, RTX 4080, RTX 4070, RTX 4060, and RTX 4050. Even though there are five different models, the report indicates that there will only be three TGP configurations, all of which will include Dynamic Boost (DB). These specifications are 175W (150W+25W DB) for the RTX 4090 and 4080, 140W (115W+25W DB) for the RTX 4070, 4060, and 4050, and 95W (85W+10W DB) for the RTX 4060 and 4050. If true, Nvidia may offer ‘high power’ and ‘low power’ versions of the RTX 4060 and RTX 4050 for laptops; therefore, buyers will need to double-check the rated TGP of the GPU to determine which version they will receive.
According to the report, the RTX 4050 can boost up to 2.37GHz, whereas the RTX 4070 will boost up to 2.17GHz. According to reports, the RTX 4080 will boost up to 2.28GHz and the RTX 4090 will boost up to just over 2GHz. The clock rates of the RTX 4060 were not disclosed.
On the 3rd of January, Nvidia will deliver a keynote address at CES, so we may learn official information about this then.
With Nvidia, AMD, and Intel all planning to release new laptop hardware shortly, anyone planning to purchase a new laptop may want to hold off until early 2023.