Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 30-Series vs. 10-Series GPU

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(Pocket-lint) – It’s safe to say that over the past few years we’ve seen a lot of technological advancements in laptops. It is now possible to get a powerful and portable laptop computer from a large number of manufacturers without much cost.

If you haven’t noticed, graphics performance has gotten a major upgrade, including Nvidia’s latest GeForce RTX 30 series GPU.

So if you still have a laptop with a GTX 10-series model, you’re probably getting a big boost and don’t need to spend a fortune to get that upgrade.Performance.

For example, if you choose an RTX 3060 laptop like the Gigabyte G5, you can spend as little as £799 while still getting the latest technology. So what has been improved since Series 10 (like the old Razer Blade)? In short, a lot of things.

What’s best with an RTX 30 series card?

Nvidia has a range of technologies that come with a graphics card. All of these technologies combine to create a comprehensive speed experience.

There’s Dynamic Boost, Nvidia’s technology that automatically transfers power from the CPU to the GPU when needed, to ensure you get the best performance, without you having to do anything.

There is also DLSS, which stands for Deep Learning Super Sampling, which is an AI technology used to improve graphics performance and frame rates using the Tensor Core AI processors built into the GPU. This means ultra-smooth gameplay thanks to fast frame rates without sacrificing image quality, ideal for taking advantage of fast refreshing screens like the 144Hz panel on this Gigabyte laptop.

The RTX 30-series laptop GPUs are also equipped with ray tracing capabilities, so games that support this technology display more realistic lighting effects. It is an optical lighting technology that makes the light more accurate in a scene and requires less creative time on the artist’s part than the older methods.

Many games take advantage of these Nvidia technologies. They include Guardians of the Galaxy, Apex Legends, Cyberpunk 2077, Dying Light 2, Metro Exodus, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and even Minecraft, to name a few.

So where you might have found a 10 Series laptop struggling to maintain those high frame rates, or beautiful ray-traced scenes, the RTX 30 Series uses its advanced intelligence to more easily keep up with the most demanding games.

In short, you can get amazing performance on a system that you can carry in your bag.

But it’s not just the brute force of the games that matters. The latest 30 Series laptops also have other smart capabilities that make them ideal for work and general everyday use, whether you’re a creator or someone who just needs a mobile device to get work done.

Nvidia has also worked with CPU vendors to develop a new low-level framework called CPU Optimizer that allows the Nvidia GPU driver to further improve performance, temperatures, and power consumption. Efficiency is achieved by reducing redundant computations and power is transferred between the GPU and the CPU when you need it most.

Rapid Core Scaling is another new technology from Nvidia that will benefit creative applications such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Blender or MATLAB. Rapid Core Scaling automatically detects workload characteristics and quickly distributes power between GPU cores when the battery is charged. By intelligently allocating power based on workload, higher rates and performance around the clock can be achieved.

With these improvements, your battery won’t drain as fast as it could with a holistic approach, and the propellers won’t spin like helicopter blades.

These are some compelling reasons why you should consider ditching your old 10 Series laptop for a new 30 Series GeForce RTX like the Gigabyte G5. And as mentioned, you can get it from £799 in the UK.

These are just a few of the benefits you get by choosing an Nvidia GeForce RTX 30-series laptop – you can read more on the Nvidia website here.

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