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[NVIDIA] First Ever Laptop with Quadro RTX 6000 Graphics Joins 11 New RTX Studio Systems from Acer, ASUS, HP, MSI

Source: https://nvidianews.nvidia.com/news/n...00000007827176

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NVIDIA and ASUS today announced that the Quadro RTX™ 6000 GPU will power the world’s most powerful laptop, the ASUS ProArt StudioBook One. It joins 11 other new RTX Studio systems, launched in time for IFA, the world’s largest electronics conference, and brings the total number of RTX Studio systems to 39.

The Quadro RTX 6000 at the heart of the ProArt StudioBook One enables creatives and other innovators to tap into the power of a high-end deskside workstation without being chained to their desks. Wherever their work takes them, professionals can harness the RTX Studio-based system to handle massive datasets and accelerate compute-intensive workflows, such as creating 3D animations, rendering photoreal product designs, editing 8K video, visualizing volumetric geophysical datasets and conducting walk-throughs of photoreal building designs in VR.
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/design-...tudiobook-one/

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The ultra-thin titanium vapor chamber is capable of delivering 300 W of total system power at a third of the weight of similar-sized cooling technologies and is optimized for system airflow to perform whisper-quiet operation during normal workloads.
I'm shocked how thin it is and the new cooling solution looks impressive. Can't wait to see reviews of actual performance of it in that thin machine.

Product page: https://www.asus.com/ProArt/ProArt-S...k-One-W590G6T/
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That's an awful lot of power in a laptop. Both processing output and heat output are going to be high.

I just don't see how the cooling is going to be sufficient. I see systems struggling to cool half as many cores and dealing with plastic laptop parts deforming over time.

It's neat that it exists though. Having options is never a bad thing.


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That's an awful lot of power in a laptop. Both processing output and heat output are going to be high.

I just don't see how the cooling is going to be sufficient. I see systems struggling to cool half as many cores and dealing with plastic laptop parts deforming over time.

It's neat that it exists though. Having options is never a bad thing.
I doubt the plastic will deform as this thing will throttle really hard. It will rarely, if ever, run at advertised speeds.

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Considering apple laptops can also run pretty hot and throttle, I'm not sure high heat is what is going to hinder the system acceptance.
Good marketing will be the focus point of selling this. And price of course.

Size wise it is 1kg heavier than a 15" rmbp (and we will see soon enough the expected new ones). But it packs a whole lot of power.
I do wonder how long it will last on battery. I'm sure they put the whole system on the top instead of the bottom not just because of heat, but also to make room for the bigger 90wh 12 cell battery. If it last more than 6 hours on battery with some work done on it, it can be a must have for professionals on the field.


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I doubt the plastic will deform as this thing will throttle really hard. It will rarely, if ever, run at advertised speeds.

It'll probably hold base clocks. Maybe boost slightly but not for long periods of time.


Though if it drops below base clock that's a very probable thing. Not due to core thermals, but VRM/EC limitation.

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It's 300W max for the entire system including the i9-9980HK octocore and it's 6.39lb. It's probably not going to throttle as hard as a Macbook Pro (the adapter is 87W) as there's over 2 lbs extra weight.

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It's 300W max for the entire system including the i9-9980HK octocore and it's 6.39lb. It's probably not going to throttle as hard as a Macbook Pro (the adapter is 87W) as there's over 2 lbs extra weight.

Says RTX6000N (RTX Titan Quadro) is 250w, CPU is "45w."


The PSU is probably capable of sustaining 330w on short bursts.








Also this video shows that the system is hanged off the back of the screen:


I'm not so sure about that implementation in a laptop they also advertise to be used in color critical workflow, since display color accuracy is affected by temperature somewhat.

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I wonder how well strapping all of that to the back of the monitor will work? Cool to see some innovation in this segment though. At the engineering firm I work at we're dishing out HP Z Book G5s, which are nice enough but they're bricks. The connectivity options make the Asus one look a little more "creative" oriented but I'm interested to see what the other brands come up with. Sadly all our users do is Autodesk C3D which inexplicably is still a single thread application so those i9s would be useless.

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does it come with a docking or tie down system so it doesn't take flight?

i mean, i'm sure we can find uses for quadro equipped drones...

I'd be surprised if these don't work their way into another $# record breaking apple product.

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does it come with a docking or tie down system so it doesn't take flight?

i mean, i'm sure we can find uses for quadro equipped drones...

I'd be surprised if these don't work their way into another $# record breaking apple product.
Considering the rtx 6000 alone cost 4000$, and a tricked out MacBook Pro cost 5200$, I expect this with all the goodies (screen, cpu memory, body) to surpass that pretty easily.


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