The maximum TGP for Nvidia RTX 40-LaptopGPUs is 175 W

News Summary:

  • Lenovo recently made its RTX 4050 laptop GPUs official with the launch of its refreshed IdeaPad Pro 5 line. Information from Wccftech now shows estimated clocks, memory configurations, and TGP values ​​for these cards. We had previously speculated that the RTX 4090 laptop GPU would be capped at a 175W TGP similar to the mobile Ampere generation, as opposed to the desktop version which could hit the 600W mark quite well with higher power targets. It looks like Nvidia will allow an extra 25W dynamic boost power from the CPU for the maximum 200W TGP of the RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 laptop GPUs.

  • The alleged clocks and TGP specs of Nvidia’s upcoming Ada RTX 40 line of laptop GPUs have been revealed. The claimed specs point to a maximum 200W TGP including dynamic boost for the RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 laptop GPUs, with boost clocks seemingly well above the 2 GHz mark. The RTX 4070 and newer GPUs are said to be configurable between 115W and 140W (+25W) TGP, while the RTX 4060 and RTX 4050 are also said to be available with 85+10W options. So far, we’ve only seen sporadic references to the Nvidia RTX 40-series mobile GPUs.

It’s clear that the AD102 remains desktop-only, so the RTX 4090 is basically the AD103 RTX 4080 for low-watt desktops. GPU may not be visible. On the other hand, Ampere-based RTX 3080 Ti laptop GPUs offer a wide TGP range from 80W to 175W. Laptops like the MSI Creator Z16P, for example, offer a 90W RTX 3080 Ti.