NVIDIA’s fifth-generation MaxQ technology was introduced. It’s designed to improve the performance of mobile graphics card while providing high autonomy and low noise levels when running modern gaming laptops.
Po Statement NVIDIA partners can significantly improve performance of proprietary discrete graphic cards of the GeForce family of GeForce RTX40. In particular, thanks to the “three-speed” VRAM management, the new Max-Q series graphics cards with GDDR6 video memory will be able to operate at ultra-low voltage, automatically switching to a low power mode.
NVIDIA has also increased the performance of the DLSS3.0 algorithm in mobile GPUs. The company claims that this will improve gaming performance by up to 4x compared with previous generation graphics cards while also increasing the autonomy by 2x. The noise level of portable computers will also be significantly lower than models with the GPU from last year’s series.
Max-Q technology is said to have been able to increase the gaming performance of laptops up to 22 times in the last 6 years. Additionally, it has significantly increased battery life and computing power when connected via the network. These figures are expected to rise with the new Max-Q version.