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Laptops with Nvidia RTX 2080 / 2080 Max-Q graphics (complete list)

By Andrei Girbea - @ andreigirbea , last updated on November 1, 2019

It took Nvidia a long while to put the Turing RTX architecture inside laptops, but that has changed as of January 2019, and a plethora of gaming notebooks based on RTX graphics is available in stores these days.

We’ve covered each important launch is separate dedicated articles, with in-depth details on their particularities and performance. In the meantime, this article includes a detailed list of all the available gaming laptops with Nvidia RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics.

These are the most powerful gaming notebooks of the moment, able to cope with FHD games at high-refresh rates, 4K gaming at high settings and RayTracing gaming, albeit few titles implement RT for the time being. They don’t come cheap though, that’s why you should carefully consider if reaching for these RTX 2080 configurations is worth the premium, or you can also live with one of the more affordable RTX 2070 or even RTX 2060 variants.

Nvidia offers two different 2080 Max-Q implementations designed for thin-and-light computers, with a TDP of either 80 or 90 W and different base Clock Speeds, both as lower-power, quieter and more efficient variants of the fully fledged RTX 2080 chip that makes its way inside some beefier computers, usually paired with powerful processors and plenty of RAM.

RTX 2080 (150W)RTX 2080 Max-Q (80W)RTX 2080 Max-Q (90W)
ArchitectureTuring TU104
Shaders2944
Tensor Cores368
RayTracing Cores46
Speed1380 – 1590 MHz735 – 1095 MHz990 – 1230 MHz
Memory8 GB GDDR68 GB GDDR68 GB GDDR6
Memory Speed7 GHz6 GHz6 GHz
TDP150 W80 W90 W

In real life, all these chips are able to clock a higher Turbo Boost speeds, but their performance is dependent on each unit’s cooling design and implementation, that’s why it’s important to go through reviews in order to find out how if a particular unit is able to get the best performance out of the implemented hardware platform.

We’ll update the article with more details on the RTX 2080/2080 Max-Q mobile chips and their general performance, especially compared to the previous Nvidia Pascal GTX 1080 products. That’s because while some of the Turing notebooks are new-designs, quite a few are in fact hardware-updates of already existing models and it’s going to be interesting to see how the generations compare and which are going to offer better value in the months to come, as the new products are launched and the older ones get to be discounted.

We’ll need to test a few different laptops first though, in order to compile an accurate comparison between generations, so for now, you’re only going to find the lists of RTX laptops in this post. On top of that, as already mentioned above, performance varies between each implementation, especially when it comes to the thinner 2080 Max-Q ultraportables, that’s why a rough performance comparison might be misleading in some cases.

Portable laptops with Nvidia RTX 2080 Max-Q

This section includes a list of compact portable options built on RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics, while the second part of the article includes a complete list of the full-size gaming notebooks and desktop replacements with the full-power variant of the RTX 2080 chip.

These are laptops to consider if you’re after a capable gaming machine in a compact envelope, and you’re willing to pay a premium for it, accept high internal/surface temperatures and even sacrifice on some practicality and ergonomic aspects for the sake of portability.

ModelScreenHardwareGraphicsTB3Weight
Acer Predator Triton 50015.6-inch IPS FHD matte 144 Hz with GSync/OptimusCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAMRTX 2080 Max-Q 80WYes4.7 lbs / 2.15 kg
reviewed here, new 2019 model; standard design – nice build quality and fairly clean black looks, but still some Predator branding elements; small screen bezels; 3-zone backlit RGB keyboard; SSD storage with RAID support; good performance; RTX 2060 version also available; 84 Wh battery. 180 W adapter
Starting price: $2499 – configurations and updated prices
Alienware m1515.6-inch FHD 144 Hz / UHD 60 Hz matte with gSyncCoffee Lake Core HK / max 32 GB RAMRTX 2080 Max-Q 90WYes4.8 lbs / 2.2 kg
hardware update of the 2018 model, reviewed here; fairly portable and slim (23 mm), but larger than other options; zone-backlit keyboard; several screen options, including FHD 144 Hz or UHD 60 Hz panels; 2x memory slots, M.2 NVME storage and optional 2.5″ bay; configurations with RTX 2060 and 2070 Max-Q also available; 60 or 90 Wh battery, for the M.2 only storage variant; highly configurable; expensive when specced up
Starting price: from $2729 – configurations and updated prices
Alienware m1717.3-inch matte, various optionsCoffee Lake Core HK / max 32 GB RAMRTX 2080 Max-Q 90WYes5.8 lbs / 2.63 kg
new 2019 model; fairly portable and slim (23 mm), but larger than other options; zone-backlit keyboard; several screen options, including UHD, QHD and FHD panels with various refresh rates; 2x memory slots, 2x M.2 NVME storage and optional 2.5″ bay; configurations with RTX 2070 Max-Q also available; 60 or 90 Wh battery, for the M.2 only storage variant; highly configurable; expensive when specced up
Starting price: from $2779 – configurations and updated prices
Asus ROG Zephyrus S GX531GX15.6-inch IPS FHD matte 144 HzCoffee Lake Core H / max 24 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 90WNo4.65 lbs / 2.1 kg
reviewed here, hardware update of the 2018 model; thin, light and compact build; keyboard/trackpad replaces palm-rest, 4 zone back-lighting; matte 144 Hz FHD screen without GSync; 90W version fo the RTX 2080 MQ chip, also available with RTX 2070 Max-Q; up to 24 GB of RAM (8 GB soldered+ 1 DIMM), 1x M.2 NVMe storage; 60 Wh battery, 230 W adapter, also charges via USB-C; rather poor speakers
Starting price: from $2699 – configurations and updated prices
Asus ROG Zephyrus S GX701GX17.3-inch IPS FHD matte 144 Hz with GSync/OptimusCoffee Lake Core H / max 24 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 90WNo5.9 lbs / 2.7 kg
reviewed here, new 2019 model; thin, light and compact build; keyboard/trackpad replaces palm-rest, per-key RGB backlighting; matte 144 Hz FHD screen with GSync or Optimus; 90W version fo the RTX 2080 MQ chip, also available with RTX 2070 GPU; up to 24 GB of RAM (8 GB soldered+ 1 DIMM), 2x M.2 NVMe storage; 76 Wh battery with Quick charging, 230 W adapter, also charges via USB-C; dual front-facing speakers
Starting price: from $3299 – configurations and updated prices
Clevo P960EN16.1-inch matte FHD IPS 144 HZ
Coffee Lake Core H  / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 80W(?)No4.6 lbs / 2.1 kg
barebone hardware, available from various retailers, also known as Sager NP8963; compact and light, average build quality; RGB keyboard with NumPad; 144 Hz FHD screen; 2x RAM slots, 2x M.2 storage with Raid; up to RTX 2080 Max-Q GPU; 62 Wh battery; 180W AC adapter
Starting price: from ~$2200 – configurations and updated prices
Clevo P970EN17.3-inch matte FHD IPS 144 HZ
Coffee Lake Core H  / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 80W(?)No5.5 lbs / 2.5 kg
barebone hardware, available from various retailers, also known as Sager NP8973; 17-inch version of the P960EN above, with similar features and traits; compact and light for its class
Starting price: from ~$2230 – configurations and updated prices
Dell G7 1515.6-inch matte, various optionsCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 80WYes5.8 lbs / 2.6 kg
redesigned 2019 model; still chunky and heavy; 60/144 Hz FHD or 60 HZ UHD OLED panel options; 2x RAM slots, up to 2x storage, with 2.5″ option when paired with 60 Wh battery; RTX 2060/2070 MQ variants also available; 60 or 90 Wh battery
Starting price: RTX 2080 model not available at the time of this update
Dell G7 1717.3-inch matte, various optionsCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 80WYes7.2 lbs / 3.2 kg
17-inch variant if the G7 15 above, with similar traits and specs; not available with an OLED screen option
Starting price: RTX 2080 model not available at the time of this update
Gigabyte Aero 15 Y915.6-inch IPS FHD 144 Hz or UHD 60 Hz matteCoffee Lake Core HK / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 90WYes4.6 lbs / 2.1 kg
reviewed here in the RTX 2070 version, hardware update of the 2018 model; compact design with thin bezels, thin (0.69″) and light for a 15-incher; solid build quality and simple design; RGB keyboard with NumPad; IPS FHD 144 Hz screen or UHD with 100% aRGB option; up to Core i9 CPU, 2x memory DIMMs, 2x M.2 NVME storage; RTX 2070 version also available; fairly simple to upgrade; runs hot; 94 Wh battery, 230 Wh adapter
Starting price: from $2999 – configurations and updated prices
HP Omen 1515.6-inch matte, various optionsCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q (?)No5.5 lbs / 2.5 kg
hardware update of the 2018 model; sober black aesthetics, average profile (~1″ thick); FHD 144 and 240 Hz or UHD IPS matte screens, optional GSync on some variants; dual storage (M.2 + 2.5″); 70 Wh battery;
Starting price: RTX 2080 model not available at the time of this update
Lenovo Legion Y740 1717.3-inch IPS FHD 144 Hz matte with GSyncCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 80W (?)Yes6.3 lbs/ 2.9 kg
update of the 2018 model, with some slight refinements; simple design, metallic build; RGB keyboard; 144 Hz screen with GSync or optional 500-nits Dolby Vision panel; RTX 2070 and 2080 Max-Q graphics, 15-inch Y740 15 variant also available; 2.1 speakers; 76 Wh battery, 230W adapter
Starting price: ~$2300 – configurations and updated prices
MSI GS65 Stealth Thin15.6-inch IPS FHD 144 Hz matteCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 80WYes4.1 lbs / 1.9 kg
reviewed here, hardware update of the 2018 model; compact design with thin bezels, thin (0.69″) and light for a 15-incher; reinforced chassis, lightest in its class; SteelSeries keyboard with per-key illumination;  IPS FHD 144 Hz screen; 2x memory DIMMs, 2x M.2 NVME storage; RTX 2060 and 2070 Max-Q variants also available; difficult to upgrade; runs hot; 80 Wh battery, 230W adapter; Optimus
Starting price: from $2799 – configurations and updated prices
MSI GS75 Stealth17.3-inch IPS FHD 144 Hz matteCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 80WYes4.96 lbs/ 2.25 kg
reviewed here; new 2019 model, 17-inch variant of the MSI GS65, with similar traits and features; 19 mm thick; triple M.2 storage options; 82 Wh battery, 230W adapter
Starting price: from $2799 – configurations and updated prices
Origin EVO16-S16.1-inch IPS FHD 144 Hz matteCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAMRTX 2080 Max-Q 80W(?)No4.6 lbs / 2.1 kg
new 2019 model; highly configurable; compact, portable and slim (.78″); customizable exterior design; RGB keyboard with per-key lighting; 2x memory slots, 2x M.2 NVME storage with Raid and optional 2.5″ drive; 62 Wh battery;
Starting price: from $2500
Origin EVO17-S17.3-inch IPS FHD 144 Hz matteCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAMRTX 2080 Max-Q 80W(?)Yes5.5 lbs / 2.5 kg
new 2019 model; highly configurable; 17-inch version of the EVO16-S, with a similar design, keyboard, hardware specs; gets Thunderbolt 3; 62 Wh battery
Starting price: from $2600
Razer Blade 15 Advanced15.6-inch IPS FHD 144 Hz matteCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 Max-Q 90WYes4.72 lbs / 2.15 kg
reviewed here, hardware update of the 2018 model; excellent build and beautiful design, with compact form-factor, thin profile (0.68″) and lightweight for a 15-incher; excellent keyboard with per-key illumination; IPS FHD 144 Hz screen (UHD with 100% Adobe RGB also available with RTX 2070 version); 2x memory DIMMs, 1x M.2 NVME storage; RTX 2060 and 2070 Max-Q variants also available; 80 Wh battery, 230W adapter; Optimus; capable front-facing speakers; IR Hello cameras
Starting price: from $2999 – configurations and updated prices

Full-size laptops with Nvidia RTX 2080 graphics

This section includes high-end gaming notebooks with powerful specs and beefy constructions. These are the ones to get if you’re primarily interested in performance, with little to no regard for portability, lightweight and size.

ModelScreenHardwareGraphicsTB3Weight
Acer Predator Triton 900 PT917
17.3-inch touch UHD IPS 60 Hz with GSync
Coffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAMRTX 2080
new 2019 model; convertible form-factor and unique design, 24 mm/.94-inches thick; keyboard replaces arm-rest, touchpad at the right side; integrated XBox receiver; 2x RAM slots and 2x M.2 NMVe with Raid,
Starting price: $3999 – not yet available in stores
Alienware Area 51m17.3-inch matte screen, various options
up to 9th gen Core K, desktop / max 64 GB RAM RTX 2080Yes8.55 lbs / 3.87 kg
new 2019 model; chunky and heavy, but fairly compact footprint; excellent build quality; RGB keyboard, classic Alienware style; various screen options, including 144 Hz with G-Sync; socketable, upgradeable and overclockable desktop-grade CPUs and GPUs, proprietary DGFF form factor for the GPU, 4x RAM slots,  2x M.2 storage with Raid + 2.5″ bay; 91 Wh battery; 180 W main power-supply plus secondary 180 to 330W power-supply, based on the GPU choice; also available with RTX 2060 and 2070 graphics
Starting price: $3049 – configurations and updated prices
Asus ROG G70317.3-inch matte FHD IPS 144 HZ with GSync
Coffee Lake Core HK  / max 128 GB RAM RTX 2080 OCYes10.5 lbs / 4.55 kg
reviewed here, hardware update of the 2018 model, with some slight refinements; chunky, large and heavy; sturdy build quality; RGB keyboard with per-key lighting; 144 Hz FHD screen with G-Sync or Optimus; up to Core i9 CPU, 4x RAM slots, 2x M.2 storage with Raid + 2.5″ bay; overclocked 200W RTX 2080 GPU; 96 Wh battery; 2x 280 W power-supplies; 2.2 sound system
Starting price: $2999 – configurations and updated prices
Asus ROG Mothership GZ700
17.3-inch FHD IPS 144 Hz with GSync
Coffee Lake Core HK / max 64 GB RAMRTX 2080Yes10.4 lbs / 4.7 kg
new 2019 model; completely unusual detachable form-factor, entirely made out of machined milled aluminum; chunky and heavy; detachable keyboard with 2.5 mm stroke and per-key lit keys; up to Core i9 processor, 4x RAM slots and 3x M.2 NVMe storage with Raid; quad front-firing speakers; 2.5 Gbps Ethernet and Wireless AX; 2x 280 W adapters
Starting price: – not yet available in stores
Clevo P750TM1-G15.6-inch matte FHD IPS 144 HZ with GSync
Coffee Lake Core K, desktop / max 64 GB RAM RTX 2080Yes7.5 lbs / 3.4 kg
barebone hardware, available from various retailers, also known as Sager NP9156; chunky, large and heavy; sturdy build quality; RGB keyboard; 144 Hz FHD screen with G-Sync; up to Core i9 desktop CPU, 4x RAM slots, 2x M.2 storage with Raid + 2x 2.5″ bays; up to RTX 2080 GPU; removable 82 Wh battery; 330W adapter; 2.2 sound system and ESS SABRE HiFi Audio DAC
Starting price: from ~$2500 – configurations and updated prices
Clevo P775TM1-G17.3-inch matte FHD IPS 144 HZ with GSync
Coffee Lake Core K, desktop / max 64 GB RAM RTX 2080Yes8.6 lbs / 3.9 kg
barebone hardware, available from various retailers, also known as Sager NP9176; 17-inch version of the P750M, with similar features and traits; chunky, large, but not as heavy as other options in this class
Starting price: from ~$2600 – configurations and updated prices
MSI GE63 Raider15.6-inch matte FHD IPS 144 HZCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080No5.5 lbs / 2.5 kg
hardware update of the 2018 model, with some slight refinements; full-size laptop with various gaming accents and lights, fairly large footprint, light for its class; SteelSeries keyboard with per-key RGB lighting; FHD 144 Hz matte screen, IPS-grade;  2xM.2 and 1×2.5″ storage; 65 Wh battery, 280W adapter; 2.2 sound system
Starting price: from $2699 – configurations and updated prices
MSI GE75 Raider17.3-inch matte FHD IPS 144 HZCoffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAM RTX 2080 OCNo5.75 lbs / 2.61 kg
reviewed here with RTX 2070 GPU, new 2019 model; compact and light for a 17-incher, narrow bezels, cleaner design, light for its class; SteelSeries keyboard with per-key RGB lighting; FHD 144 Hz matte screen, IPS-grade;  2xM.2 and 1×2.5″ storage; 65 Wh battery, 280W adapter; 2.2 sound system
Starting price: from $2699 – configurations and updated prices
MSI GT63 Titan
15.6-inch matte FHD IPS 144 Hz
Coffee Lake Core H / max 64 GB RAMRTX 2080No6.5 lbs / 2.95 kg
hardware update of the previous model; bulky and thick, not very heavy for what it is; several screen options; SteelSeries keyboard with per-key illumination; up to Core i7, 4x RAM slots, 1xM.2 and 2.5″ storage; performs well in most cases; 4.1 speakers; 90 Wh battery, 330W adapter
Starting price: $2899 – configurations and updated prices
MSI GT75 Titan
17.3-inch matte FHD IPS 144 Hz
Coffee Lake Core HK / max 128 GB RAM RTX 2080Yes10 lbs/4.6 kg
hardware update of the previous model; 17-inch variant of the GT63; 144 HZ IPS screen with GSync; mechanical backlit RGB keyboard; up to Core i9 processors and multiple storage options; 2.1 speakers; 75 Wh battery, 2x 230W adapters
Starting price: from $3399 – configurations and updated prices
Origin EON17-X17.3-inch matte, various optionsCoffee Lake Core K, desktop / max 64 GB RAMRTX 2080Yes8.6 lbs / 3.9 kg
hardware update of the older model; large and heavy; up to 9th gen Core i9-9900K processor and RTX 2080 graphics, 4x RAM slots, 2x M.2 NVME with Raid and 2x 2.5″ storage bays; 77 Wh battery; highly configurable
Starting price:  from $3100
Samsung Notebook Odyssey
15.6-inch matte FHD IPS 144 Hz with GSync
Coffee Lake Core H / max 32 GB RAMRTX 2080
5.2 lbs / 2.4 kg
new 2019 model; aluminum build, simple design, 20 mm thick; matte screen with GSync and 144 Hz refresh rate, RGB backlit keyboard; 2x RAM slots, 2xM.2 NVMe and 2.5″ storage, 54 Wh battery
Starting price: not yet available in stores

That’s about it for now, but we’re constantly updating the list, so stay tuned for changes and please get in touch in the comments section below if you spot any inaccuracies or any laptop that should be in here and is not.

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Andrei Girbea, Editor-in-Chief of Ultrabookreview.com. I've been covering mobile computers since the 2000s and you'll mostly find reviews and thorough guides written by me here on the site.

22 Comments

  1. MarkusL

    January 8, 2019 at 12:38 am

    It says "Full-size laptops with Nvidia RTX 1080 graphics", this is a typo right? Should be 2080 RTX?

  2. Nicolas Paiva

    January 8, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    Add: MSI GE75 RAIDER (RTX 2080), MSI GE63 Raider RGB (RTX 2080), Lenovo Legion Y740 (RTX 2080 Max-Q)

  3. Nicolas Paiva

    January 8, 2019 at 6:26 pm

    Also add: Asus ROG G703GX (RTX 2080)

  4. Wayne

    January 8, 2019 at 6:30 pm

    I'll be in Hong Kong next week. I'll be looking for any of these if they are somehow out early over here.

    • Andrei Girbea

      January 8, 2019 at 8:12 pm

      Probably not, these are expected to ship at the end of the month or in early February.

  5. Peter

    January 8, 2019 at 7:37 pm

    Can you please post the list of other RTX laptops? Such as 2070/2070MQ and 2060?

    It'd be a great reference to have.

    I hope one of the OEMs releases a thin 13.3" model – that would be ideal for portability.

    Thanks,
    Peter

    • Andrei Girbea

      January 8, 2019 at 8:13 pm

      Yep, those are in the works as well.

      It would be impossible to put such graphics inside 13-inchers, but I'd reckon we'll see some compact 14-inchers with RTX 2060, like an update Giganyte Aero 14, for instance. Dell ditched the Alienware 13 as well, that was the only beefy 13-incher left.

  6. Peter

    January 10, 2019 at 3:11 pm

    They stopped updating the Aero 14 as far as I know, with the reduction of bezels the Aero 15 is the same size or smaller – the Alienware 13 was so thick and heavy to add volume that way.

    Still, I can dream :).

    Looking forward to the 2070/2060 lists. The 2080 at 150W and 2080MQ at 80-90W are so power hungry there must be a lot of heat or noise to fit in the Ultrabook like shells of the Aero 15Y9 and MSI 65… Too bad there is no 2060MQ yet, but I'm glad I didn't get a 1060 recently now that the 2060 and others look to be so much more performant.

    Thanks,

    Peter

  7. Soham Sengupta

    January 12, 2019 at 4:33 am

    the batteries of msi ge75 should be 65wh and not 51 wh.

  8. Nicolas Paiva

    January 13, 2019 at 9:23 pm

    *Origin EON17-X (Full RTX 2080): Up to Intel Core i9-9900K 8-Core desktop processor 3.60GHz (5.00GHz Turbo Boost), Up to 64GB 3200MHz DDR4 memory, Up to 17.3" 4K-UHD 3840 x 2160 G-SYNC matte display (Full HD 1080p 144Hz optional). With support for up to two m.2 SSDs and two 2.5” SSDs, four USB 3.0 ports and two USB 3.1 port, use three external displays using its dual 1.3 Mini DisplayPorts and HDMI port, 1.5 inches thick, Per-key RGB keyboard and customizable design.

    *Origin EVO17-S (RTX 2080 Max-Q): Intel Core i7-8750H 6-Core processor 2.20GHz (4.10GHz Turbo Boost), Up to 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory, Up to 17.3" FHD 1920 x 1080 144Hz narrow-bezel matte display. only 0.78 inches thin. With one USB 3.1 Gen 2 port (Type-C), two USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports (Type-A), two USB 3.0 ports, one DisplayPort 1.3 over USB 3.1 (Type-C), one Mini DisplayPort output, one HDMI output

    *Origin EVO16-S (RTX 2080 Max-Q): Intel Core i7-8750H 6-Core processor 2.20GHz (4.10GHz Turbo Boost), Up to 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory, 16.1" FHD 1920 x 1080 144Hz narrow-bezel matte display, Weighs 4.5 lbs and 0.78 inches thin, 2 USB 3.0 ports or audio jacks, connect up to 3 extra monitors via HDMI or mDisplayPort 1.3

  9. user

    January 26, 2019 at 11:32 pm

    MSI GE75 Raider is scheduled to be available on 29th January 2019 on the following website. Does this mean its release date is confirmed to be 01/29/2019?
    hidevolution.com/custom-built-msi-ge75-8sg-raider-048-17-3-fhd-144hz-i7-8750h-rtx-2080.html

    • Andrei Girbea

      January 27, 2019 at 8:45 pm

      Yes, most RTX 2080 laptops should be available from the 29th

  10. george

    January 28, 2019 at 8:02 pm

    GE63 Raider does not come in the 2080 variant.

  11. Amirbahalegharn

    May 23, 2019 at 2:50 am

    please fix it,all clevo laptops(p750/p751tm , p775tm , p870tm) all supports up to 128GB 3000mhz ram ddr4
    also the p870tm has 89WH battery

  12. Arthur

    June 18, 2019 at 2:52 am

    Silly question: is any Ryzen on the horizon, like an update for Predator 500?

    • Andrei Girbea

      June 18, 2019 at 11:01 am

      Not that I know of right now, but perhaps there might be some with the new Ryzen desktop chips later this year.

  13. Alexander

    July 3, 2019 at 8:32 pm

    This is a fantastic resource for helping people identify full RTX cards from Max-Q variants, something that many vendors make hard to know from their sites alone. Anther two models that might be worth adding are the Digital Storm Avon (17") and Nova (15"), which I believe are sporting full RTX cards as well!

  14. Vladimir

    October 31, 2019 at 5:26 pm

    G7 top version with i9 9880 is having 80w 2080maxq unfortunately. bought it and checked.

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