Frist of the nVidia RTX Studio Laptops released - Razer Blade Studio Edition

  • angelo_arch , check out this following benchmark comparison article here:


    https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/…RTX-5000/m704710vsm712800


    It actually looks as if the Quadro RTX 5000 is quite a bit faster compared to the 2080 Max Q. It is, of course, also a lot more expensive, but this would definitely be a laptop more than suitable for Enscape. :P


    (No experience regarding the Studio / Gaming drivers though, maybe someone else can also chime in.)

  • Thanks Demian, sounds like it will be significantly faster! I asked an nVidia programmer and here is their response:


    In terms of speed they are similar if the textures/load you are using are under 8 Gb. When you need to load more, the RTX 5000 pulls ahead by a lot.


    But Quadro also offers other cool features like ECC memory, unlimited NVENC sessions, certifications with the top ISVs, etc.”

  • angelo_arch

    https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/…RTX-5000/m704710vsm712800

    It actually looks as if the Quadro RTX 5000 is quite a bit faster compared to the 2080 Max Q

    That is comparing the desktop Quadro RTX 5000 to the mobile 2080 max-Q. The mobile RTX 5000 will also be a Max-Q variant.

    https://www.notebookcheck.net/…aphics-Card.424127.0.html


    Unless you are bottlenecking on the VRAM I wouldn't expect it to be faster; in my experience the Quadros are somewhat slower than their equivalent gaming counterparts. We have a Lenovo P53 with the RTX 5000 Max-Q in-house but I haven't got my hands on it to test yet.

  • Unless you are bottlenecking on the VRAM I wouldn't expect it to be faster; in my experience the Quadros are somewhat slower than their equivalent gaming counterparts. We have a Lenovo P53 with the RTX 5000 Max-Q in-house but I haven't got my hands on it to test yet.

    So you think it will be slower than the RTX 2080 Q? I'd like a little more stability, so if it's about on par with the mobile 2080, or even faster than the 1080 Q I'd take that!

  • So you think it will be slower than the RTX 2080 Q? I'd like a little more stability, so if it's about on par with the mobile 2080, or even faster than the 1080 Q I'd take that!

    Hard to say... my guess would be the 2080Q will be a little faster, but the service/reliability from Dell/Lenovo/HP on a Quadro laptop will be better. I usually run some OpenGL benchmarks (Unigine) on our new systems and had some issues with our P53/RTX 5000 - it wouldn't finish the benchmarks, but we may not have all the right drivers loaded yet. Needs more TLC to get an answer. I think performance could vary quite a bit between models and will depend on the manufacturer's cooling solution.


    That said, this Omen from HP is a steal.

    https://www.amazon.com/HP-17-I…17-cb0090nr/dp/B07VC6NGH8


    It has a "full" mobile 2080 - beats the MaxQ by a good margin. It isn't a small laptop by any means, but that also allows for better cooling. If you don't mind the size it is by far the best value/performance option out there right now imho.

  • I'm willing to sacrifice some performance for a smaller more portable setup - something you can throw in your bag for any type of meeting. 17" is too big, and even 15" gaming laptops over 5 lbs are not what I would consider easily portable.