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PC Specialist Reveals Nine New Nvidia RTX Powered Notebooks!

RTX has gone mobile

PC Specialist Reveals Nine New Nvidia RTX Powered Notebooks!

PC Specialist Reveals Nine New Nvidia RTX Powered Notebooks!

Nvidia's mobile graphics lineup has gotten a major upgrade, enabling GPUs as powerful as the RTX 2080 to be included in mobile systems, delivering high-end portable gaming performance that wasn't possible with Pascal series graphics hardware. 

PC Specialist is the latest manufacturer to jump on the mobile RTX train, announcing nine new RTX-powered gaming notebooks, offering graphics cards which range from Nvidia's Geforce RTX 2060 to the mighty Geforce RTX 2080. Nvidia's flagship RTX 2080 Ti isn't receiving a mobile release.

Starting today, PC Specialist customers will be able to purchase RTX enabled systems, delivering end-users both slimline and standard form factor notebooks, with the company's high-end Octane series also offering desktop-grade processors that extend all the way up to Intel's 8-core i9-9900K.       

Regardless of what kind of Nvidia RTX system you want, PC Specialist will have something to suit your needs, whether you want something lightweight and slimline or overwhelmingly powerful. 
PC Specialist Reveals Nine New Nvidia RTX Powered Notebooks!

(PC Specialist's 16.1-inch Defiance V RTX)  

All of PC Specialist's RTX systems will offer RGB keyboards, with Recoil II series models also offering mechanical keyboards. All models will also offer space for 2.5-inch SD or HDD storage, alongside M.2 NVMe SSD options. 

Every RTX-powered notebook can be considered as high-end, making their high pricing a given considering the cost of the laptops and graphics chips that they replace. 

Below is a list of all of PC Specialist's RTX series notebooks, showcasing the basic specifications of each laptop and some of their base pricing, though please note that some of these notebooks can be reconfigured to offer lower price tags or higher-end specs. 
 

PC Specialist Reveals Nine New Nvidia RTX Powered Notebooks! 

More information about PC Specialist's lineup of RTX series notebooks is available on the PC Specialist website.   

You can join the discussion on PC Specialist's nine new RTX-powered notebooks on the OC3D Forums

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29-01-2019, 11:31:58

lordkantman
Real concern is that gpu performance can be really crippled in some laptops... range for base/boost clocks is enormous



https://i.imgur.com/EbyGY3l.jpgQuote

30-01-2019, 05:28:46

Peace
What's more concerning is that it seems like there isn't even an SSD built in at those price points! Even 5.400 RPM ones!!!Quote

30-01-2019, 05:32:33

looz
What, that boost of 1200MHz in the case of 2060 is absolute junk. I wonder what's the de facto boost with decent cooling.Quote

30-01-2019, 06:55:47

lordkantman
Quote:
Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
What's more concerning is that it seems like there isn't even an SSD built in at those price points! Even 5.400 RPM ones!!!
If you go to their pages you can see full specs, including ssd-s. And you can always opt to add one, difference in price should not be large.Quote
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