Nvidia RTX Super gaming laptops offer a speed jump of approximately 50% over current GeForce laptop GPUs, according to a slide leaked from an internal Nvidia presentation.
The graph uses the GTX 1050 as a baseline, with the performance of the RTX 2070 Super and RTX 2080 Super providing approximately 6x and 7x speeds, respectively, with DLSS enabled. At a basic level, deep learning super-sampling uses AI and machine learning to reduce the GPU’s workload while producing a high resolution image. In particular, the chart lacks the RTX 2080, which should be relatively close to the RTX 2070 Super in terms of performance.
Performance tests represent the average performance between Control, Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Deliver Us The Moon, running at maximum 1080p settings on a Windows 10 system with a 10th generation Intel Core i7 H series CPU with 16 GB of RAM. Obviously, these games are all optimized to take advantage of the lightning and DLSS tracking features of RTX GPUs.
Although the Nvidia GPU Technology Conference scheduled for later this month is now only online due to concerns about the coronavirus, we still expect to hear more about the upcoming RTX Super gaming laptops, due out this spring.