Laptops with RTX 3,000 Series GPUs

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Linus seemed pretty excited about the new RTX 3,000 series GPUs, and rightly so!

In this post, we’ll go ahead and compile the list of all the laptops with RTX 3,000 GPUs inside and keep the list updated for as long as humanly possible!

If you notice that we haven’t listed a laptop that features one of the RTX 3,000 series GPUs, please let us know in the comments and we’ll make sure to have the list updated as soon as we receive your comment.

Laptops with RTX 3,000 Series GPUs

RTX 3080

Here are the laptops that feature any one of the models of the RTX 3,000 series GPUs:

Because right now there are no laptops to list here, so I’ll just add a few FAQs here that you may have.

1- When is RTX 3000 Coming Out?

It’s expected to be available from July 17, 2020 – according to NVIDIA.

Update On February 2021 – yes a little bit late I know – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Available

RTX 3090

2- Should I wait for the NEW graphic cards?

I usually buy the latest hardware I can afford, and then wait and use that for as long as I can, until I am no longer happy with its performance. That’s when I go out to buy the most recent hardware once again. So yeah, that’s what I’d suggest you do as well.

3- Can you pre-order RTX 3,000?

As of right now, there’s no way to pre-order the NVIDIA RTX 3,000 GPUs. We’ll just have to wait and see what happens on July 17th.

4- How much will the RTX 3080 TI cost?

Well, the RTX 3080 is expected to launch at $699. It’ll have 10GB of GDDR6X memory and is going to be available from September 17th, 2020, as mentioned before.

5- Should I buy a 2070 super or wait?

I mean, there’s nothing bad about waiting and seeing what happens, right? It’s not like it’s going to hurt you or anything, or is financially risky or anything like that. In fact, I’d recommend you to wait and see how the new RTX 3,000 GPUs perform and compare against the older 2070 and overall 2,000 series in general.

If you think it’s worth upgrading after seeing the benchmarks and stuff, yeah go ahead and then buy the new RTX 3,000 series GPU of your choice, otherwise, the prices are going to drop a considerable amount for the older 2,000 series GPUs anyways, so waiting is a good thing, always.

6- Will the RTX 2080 price drop?

“Yes, the price will drop. If you really need it, get it right now, if not, get an RTX 2080 Super, it also has great performance.” (Quora)

7- Is Ray Tracing really worth it?

“If you’re into heavy eye candy like Metro or Tomb Raider, definitely. If you just want FPS, no. Ray Tracing will be “worth it” for your next video card – if that’s 5 years from now, it may be worth it to you now, but that’s entirely dependent on what you play.” (Reddit)

8- Is RTX or GTX better?

“While only RTX cards have RT and Tensor Cores, the GTX 16-Series uses the shared Turing architecture to offer huge leaps in performance. Gamers looking for a GPU for traditional games can grab a GTX card for amazing performance and value.” (NVIDIA)

9- Is 1080ti still good 2020?

“Undoubtedly the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti still looks to be a very solid GPU in 2020, offering very similar performance to the RTX 2070 Super. In other words, it’s up there competing with a new GPU with a $500 asking price. It makes no sense to purchase a 1080 Ti at that kind of price, of course.” (TechSpot)

10- Is RTX 2060 future proof?

“The RTX 2060 can only “future proof” you for a short period if you consider its raw performance against the latest games. A better choice at more or less the same price point is the Radeon 5700XT which costs around as much as the RTX 2060, but is as powerful, if not better than the RTX 2070 Super.” (Quora)

11- Is GTX 1080 outdated?

“1080 has a multitude of ‘new’ and ‘current’ technologies that will keep it quite relevant for some time to come. If we look at the history of Nvidia’s top-end cards, they have generally had a pretty good lifespan of around 3–5 years and beyond.” (Quora)

12- Is GTX 1060 obsolete?

“Obsolete means its no longer sufficient to run modern games. 1060 is perfectly capable of running games at 1080p with decent settings. its just a budget card so don’t expect a massive wiggle room. if I were to describe a family of cards that are obsolete, I’d say arguably the 700 series of cards is now obsolete.” (Quora)

13- Is GTX 1060 still good in 2020?

“If you’re a 1080p gamer and already have GTX 1060, yes it is still a decent GPU Card in the year 2020. But if you’re going to purchase a new GPU card there are better cards like 1660 or 2060.” (Quora)