Not long ago, we talked about the GA103 GPU and the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti mobile version that will come to laptops. We expect NVIDIA’s flagship design to deliver similar performance to the desktop RTX 3080 on laptops. The tesdollarser, which surfaced in the Geekbench database, was based on an HP Omen notebook that combined the Core i7-12700H and the RTX 3080 Ti, which has not yet been released.

The Intel Core i7-12700H hosts a total of 14 cores and 20 threads. In this context, it is seen that both Core i7 and Core i9 series Alder Lake-P mobile processors will carry a total of 14 cores, along with 6 Golden Cove and 8 Gracemont cores. The chip has a base clock of 2.45 GHz and a boost clock of about 4.2 GHz. In addition, the processor carrying 24 MB of L3 cache is expected to come with a TDP in the 35-45W range.

The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Mobile will reach a TDP of between 150W and 200W with the GA103 GPU as we expected. The card will be available in both standard and Max-Q variants and will feature 58 compute units, combining a total of 7424 CUDA cores. Reaching frequencies like 1395 MHz, the GPU also has 16GB of GDDR6 memory and is likely running at 12Gbps on a 256-bit bus.

Running on 32GB of memory, the laptop scored 127,392 in OpenCL and 90,114 in the Vulkan test. The current tesdollarser RTX 3080 Ti shows that the mobile is slightly slower than the RTX 3080, and so we may be looking at a Max-Q variant. In addition, non-optimized drivers should be taken into account for increased performance.

We expect NVIDIA’s new RTX 30 mobile GPUs and Intel’s 12th generation Alder Lake processors at CES 2022 in January. However, the AMD front is also preparing to introduce the new Ryzen 6000G Rembrandt APUs.

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