Recently, the OpenCL API was used in Geekbench testing to evaluate NVIDIA’s RTX 4080 Mobile GPU. We are pretty aware that NVIDIA may potentially present their future Ada mobile GPUs in addition to the RTX 4070 Ti. Regardless, the performance is really extremely good, virtually matching the RTX 3080 (Desktop) in terms of power.
NVIDIA’s forthcoming product, the RTX 4080 Mobile, is anticipated to be unveiled at CES 2023. There are 58 SMs in this GPU, which equates to 7424 Cuda cores (128 Cuda cores per SM). The GPU has 12GB of GDDR6 memory and operates at a maximum frequency of 2.01GHz.
Additionally, the Acer laptop has Intel’s upcoming i9-13900HX CPU. The CPU’s base frequency is 2.2GHz, however during the test, it is increased to 4.47GHz. With 24 cores and 32 threads, it has a comparable core/thread count as the desktop i9-13900K. Similar to that, the hardware itself has 32GB of RAM.
The RTX 4080M achieves a whopping 178038 points on Geekbench, which is really pretty amazing. This score is comparable to the Ampere RTX 3080 desktop. Now, it should be noted that this score will fluctuate based on the GPU’s wide-ranging TDP. As a point of comparison, the RTX 3080M scores 135324.
Furthermore, this is not the highest-end Ada SKU available since NVIDIA also intends to release an RTX 4090M. Several Ada mobile GPUs are presently known to us thanks to a previous leak. If all goes according to plan for NVIDIA, the RTX 4090M should perform similarly to the RTX 3090.