Nvidia’s Tegra K1 gets 5GHz GPU with 3DMark Vantage benchmarks
Nvidia is testing its Tegra X1 chip with some of its newest graphics cards, the GeForce GTX 1060 and GeForce GTX 1070, which are designed to deliver the same performance as the company’s upcoming high-end gaming notebooks, the RTX 1580 Ti and RTX 1570 Ti.
Nvidia is using a modified version of its GeForce GTX 980 Ti chip, which launched last fall.
This version of the chip has two 6-pin power connectors, so it can work with both 4K and 4K Ultra HD displays.
Nvidia’s test machines are running the GTX 1090 and GTX 1070.
A test rig that Nvidia has used to test new products like the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti is also running the GeForce 1060 graphics card.
Nvidia will announce a full review of the GTX 1070 on Friday, June 20.
The GeForce 10-Series graphics cards are designed for gamers who need to experience VR in an immersive way.
They are priced at $1,000 and $1.50, respectively, and will start hitting retailers in the first half of 2019.
Nvidia says the company is working with a handful of partners to bring the new chips to market.
The company’s next-generation gaming notebook, the RX Vega 56, will launch in late 2019.
We’ve previously reported that Nvidia was testing a custom-built GeForce 10 gaming laptop, which it calls the Vega Pro, which is expected to ship later this year.
We’ll keep you updated as we learn more about the upcoming gaming laptop.