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Nvidia woos mainstream gamers with the $329 GeForce RTX 3060 and RTX 30-series laptops

Nvidia held its big “GeForce RTX: Game On” event as part of CES 2021, and as expected, the company revealed a flood of fresh features and hardware for gamers. Not only did Nvidia unveil mobile GeForce RTX 30-series GPUs for laptops, but it also announced a new GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card for the desktop, an expansion of its Reflex Latency Analyzer displays, and plans to support the performance-boosting PCIe Resizable BAR feature that AMD introduced with the Radeon RX 6000-series as AMD Smart Access Memory.

Oh, and Call of Duty: Warzone and the next Five Nights at Freddy’s game are getting Nvidia’s spectacular DLSS 2.0 technology, with Freddy’s wrapping in real-time ray tracing as well.

Phew.

GEFORCE RTX 30-SERIES FOR LAPTOPS

Let’s start with the mobile GeForce RTX 30-series. Nvidia revealed three mobile chips based on the company’s next-gen Ampere GPU architecture: The GeForce RTX 3080, 3070, and 3060, mirroring what’s available in desktops.

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