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NVIDIA GeForce Partner Program to make its Return Exclusive to the Chinese Market? – Combatting AMD Radeon RX 6000M Laptops

Remember GPP? The GeForce Partner Program was a deceitful tactic that NVIDIA originally tried back in 2018, GPP was marketed by NVIDIA as a means of “transparency” in the PC market similar to how NVIDIA supported transparency by removing the Max-Q and Max-P labeling for their RTX 3000 series mobile graphics cards. By “transparency” I […]

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Peasantry on The Go – NVIDIA Announces GeForce RTX 3050 & 3050 Ti Graphics Cards for Mobile – RTX 3050 Laptops Starting at $799

The time is now. If you honestly believed that NVIDIA’s mobility range of GeForce RTX 3000 series GPUs wasn’t bad enough as it is when compared to their desktop counterparts well you’d be glad to hear that NVIDIA have finally heard your tales of woe by deciding now of all times to announce its entry […]

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50 Shades of Oy Vey – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30-Series Laptops Offer 28 Verities of Power Limited Trash, Which Aren’t Described by OEMs

Shekel pinching has never been more obvious! I’ve gone on plenty regarding NVIDIA’s mobile segment for their GeForce RTX 30-series such as the abysmal configurations of the GeForce RTX 3080 and 3060 more specifically and how NVIDIA has outright abandoned the naming scheme of their Max-P and Max-Q SKU’s which separate the TGP gimped trash […]

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NVIDIA to Abandon Max-Q and Max-P Naming Scheme – RTX Ampere Mobility Dynamic Power Targets Revealed

In all my years of being a PC hardware consumer I haven’t come across quite such an anti-consumer company as either Intel or especially NVIDIA. GeForce RTX 30 series laptops are indeed “The Ultimate Play” and I’ll tell you why. During CES 2021, NVIDIA announced its mobility lineup of its RTX 3000 series. Only three […]

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Mobility NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 GPU Geekbench 5 OpenCL Scores Spotted – 8GB, 2560 CUDA Cores, 1300MHz – 27% Slower Than Desktop 3070, 23% Faster Than Mobile RTX 2070 Super

Since the announcement and supposed launch of NVIDIA’s latest Ampere based RTX graphics cards consumers have been left dumbfounded by the lack of supply worldwide however hope may finally arrive with RTX 3000 mobile GPUs seemingly just around the corner. Considering how laptops and mobile devices are “consoles with a free TV” according to NVIDIA […]

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