The Nvidia RTX Max-Q graphics chips may not be much of an upgrade over the last-generation as they needed a huge core-clock cut to be viable as laptop graphics chips due to their higher power requirements.
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New government filings at the Eurasian Economic Commission are showing up to forty different variations of the GeForce RTX 2060, further hinting that a release could be coming soon.
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The latest leaks of Nvidia's upcoming RTX 2060 have given performance benchmarks and further detail about the future chipset and its capabilities, while a RTX 2060 Max-Q variant has also been discovered for thin and light gaming machines.
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MSI introduced the P65 notebook during the IFA 2018 convention. Targeting content creators and professionals, it will arrive in two flavors: A White Limited Edition model and a Silver Edition version.
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HP updated its Omen 15 laptop with up to an eighth-generation six-core processor and a slimmer design. Other features include up to a 4K resolution at 60Hz, up to a GeForce GTX 1070 with Max-Q, dual storage options, and more.
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Razer refreshed its Blade laptop for 2018 with a six-core Intel Core i7 CPU and a pair of Max-Q discrete GPUs from Nvidia. You will find five configurations starting at $1,899. A new external GPU enclosure is available too.
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Origin PC introduced two new laptops: the EVO15-S and the NT-15. Both rely on Intel's recently revealed Core i7-8750H CPU and Nvidia "Max-Q" GPUs. The company is also introducing a Matte Display screen with a 144Hz refresh rate.
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