Asus loaded Nvidia’s super GPU Quadro RTX 6000 into a laptop. The Quadro RTX 6000 is one of the latest pro GPUs from Nvidia.
Following the successful path of Max-Q design and guidelines for slim laptops supporting powerful graphics, Nvidia revealed a new reference design today named “Ace.”
The Ace reference design ensures a relatively slim and smart 15-inch laptop with as much power as possible. Initially, the company has to show off that reference design with the most eye-catching laptop possible, which is where the latest Asus ProArt StudioBook One comes into limelight.
This 15-inch laptop is one of the world’s top priorities in laptops. There’s a very powerful and very expensive Nvidia Quadro RTX 6000 GPU inside.
It supports a 4K display with a 120Hz refresh rate, 100 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut, and 97 percent of DCI-P3 color gamut. Asus and Nvidia promised it will be calibrated at the factor with a delta E of 1 or less. The delta E is a number that corresponds to the average accuracy of a display. A display with a delta E of 3 or lower is so rich that the human eye can’t detect inaccuracy.
The Nvidia Quadro RTX 6000 is the state of the art GPU from Nvidia’s series of Quadro processors, launched in the fall of 2018. The desktop version is a performance behemoth and thirsty for power, drawing 300W.
Mainstream processors, like GeForce RTX- and GTX-line are intended for average folks and gamers, while Quadro processors are built for people who work in 3D, Data mining, Machine learning and video rendering applications. The average user doesn’t need a Quadro GPU.
PS: Reference designs are blueprints to turn ideas into reality by developing devices with a lot of the engineering guesswork already done.