Comparing Nvidia's GeForce RTX 30-series GPUs to its 10-series models

It's reasonable to say that when it comes to the technology that goes inside your computers, we've seen a lot of progress in the last few years

 A powerful, portable laptop is now available from a variety of manufacturers, and it doesn't have to be expensive.

If you haven't noticed, graphics performance has improved significantly, especially with Nvidia's latest GeForce RTX 30-series GPUs.

If you still have a laptop with a GTX 10-series model, there's a strong chance you'll see a significant performance gain, and you won't have to pay a fortune to achieve it.

If, for instance, you go with an RTX 3060 laptop like this Gigabyte G5, you can spend as little as £799 and benefit from the latest technology

So exactly what has been improved since the 10-series (like this older Razer Blade)? In short - a lot. 

What's better with an RTX 30-series card?

Nvidia has a number of technologies that work in conjunction with graphics cards. They all work together to produce a seamless experience.

There's also Nvidia's Dynamic Boost technology, which intelligently transfers power from the CPU to the GPU when it's needed

 ensuring you receive the best performance without having to do anything.

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