Nvidia holds exclusive preview of Max-Q laptops and GeForce GT 1030

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American graphics card company Nvidia held an exclusive walkthrough for the entry-level graphics card GeForce GT 1030 and the Max-Q technology at a recent press launch in Bangkok, Thailand.

Nvidia director of tech marketing Jeff Yen
Nvidia director of tech marketing Jeff Yen

Max-Q Technology

Jeff Yen, Nvidia?s director of tech marketing, highlighted the strengths of GeForce GTX with Max-Q design by comparing it against older gaming notebooks equipped with Nvidia?s GPU. He also mentioned their company?s vision of having a thin, quiet, and 4K-capable gaming laptop.

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?The problem with gaming laptops is they are limited to 90 watts and powerful GPUs like the GeForce GTX 1080 require 180,? Yen said. ?But with Max-Q design, we trim everything down ? laptop measurements, chip, drivers, thermal, and more ? to give the lightest yet powerful gaming experience.?

Yen also measured the difference with this comparison table:

THEN

NOW

51mm

18mm

10lbs

5lbs

1x performance

3.3x performance

GTX 880M

GTX 1080

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Max-Q empowers the graphic cards to its peak efficiency, optimizing game settings together with advanced thermal solutions. It encapsulates next-gen regulator efficiency to balance power and incremental performance. The technology aims to balance the performance consumers get and the power spent.

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The Max-Q design will come to the following OEMs:

  • Clevo P950 (GTX 1070, 19mm)
  • ASUS Zephyrus (GTX 1080, 18mm)
  • MSI G563 (GTX 1070, 18mm)

GeForce GT 1030

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On the other corner of the room was the exhibition of GeForce GT 1030?s savvy. Based on the award-winning Nvidia Pascal architecture, the GPU will give home and business PCs the performance upgrade needed to catch up to today?s demanding PC software.

NVIDIA GEFORCE GT 1030

The GeForce GT1030 is packed with 2GB GDDR5 supporting 4K Ultra HD and HDMI/DP. It is also covered by the GeForce Experience for easy driver updates and one-click game optimization. Starting at $69, the GT 1030 overshadows integrated graphics by 3x in image editing, 6x in gaming, and 11x in video editing.

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