Nvidia’s kicking off Siggraph, an annual professional graphics conference, with a pair of announcements designed to make life easier for industry diehards and amateur video producers alike. The company revealed 10 new RTX Studio laptops from a variety of partners, and new Studio drivers that bring capabilities formerly locked to Quadro GPUs alone over to the more mainstream GeForce and Titan lineups.
Nvidia introduced RTX Studio laptops (go. pcworld.com/sdio) at Computex in May. These laptops run powerful Max-Q hardware to make intense video and image editing as painless and portable as possible, backed by drivers devoted to optimizing creative software rather than games.
These are the minimum requirements for Nvidia RTX Studio laptops:
GPU: RTX 2060, Quadro RTX 3000 or higher
CPU: Intel Core i7 (H-series) or higher
RAM: 16GB or higher
SSD: 512GB or higher
Display: 1080p or 4K
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