NVIDIA 'Max-Q' gaming laptops are ultrabooks with GTX1080 power

Based on NVIDIA’s 2017 Computex announcements, PC gamers won’t have to choose between bulky gaming laptops and desktop-level processing power for much longer. A new design it calls “Max-Q” is arriving in some 15 new laptops that it claims are both 3x thinner and 3x more powerful than their predecessors — think 18mm thick, 5 pounds and with the power of NVIDIA’s GTX1080 inside. Plus, there’s “WhisperMode,” which can pace the game’s framerate to keep the laptop cool and quiet during a plugged-in gaming session.

Source: NVIDIA Blog

Source: Engadget - Read the full article here

Author: Daily Tech Whip

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