NVIDIA RTX Studio brings GeForce RTX and Quadro RTX
By Ingrid Wilhelmina 2019-05-28 272 0
NVIDIA RTX graphics with turing architecture were the first to bring raytracing technology to the gaming market, a technology that today is only supported by a handful of titles.
NVIDIA appears to be pushing its RTX graphics for notebooks and has created the NVIDIA RTX Studio platform to create certified notebooks based on RTX graphics, whether GeForce or Quadro series, along with a new series of "Studio Drivers" that inherit the Creators version that currently exists for this industry.
These laptops, in addition to these graphics, must have Intel Core i7 processors or higher models (Core i9), with a minimum of 16 GB of RAM and high performance SSD of 512 GB or more.
NVIDIA's idea is that these devices will be able to edit 4K or even 6K video in Raw, render 3D models with Raytracing in different qualities and even offer support to companies in the case of models with Quadro graphics.
Initially there will be 17 laptops to join this initiative by the hand of seven of the leading equipment manufacturers in the market. Companies such as ASUS, Acer, Dell, HP, Gigabyte, MSI and also Razer will bring to market NVIDIA GeForce RTx 2060, RTX 2070 and RTX 2080 graphics along with variants based on Quadro RTX 3000, RTX 4000 and RTX 5000 professional series graphics.
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