Nvidia’s Advanced Optimus finally ready for OEM implementation

Nvidia announced its Advanced Optimus was announced at the CES 2020 earlier this year. The new Optimus will come with the bonus of simultaneous G-Sync support. However, the laptops with regular Optimus will have to forego the G-Sync or rely on inconvenient system reboots to switch between the two features.

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As usual, it’s the OEM’s who are making a delay in adapting to the latest tech. They are late in integrating Advanced Optimus onto consumer-ready laptops. However, Eluktronics is claiming to be the first to implement Nvidia’s new technology with the 15.6-inch Mech-15 G3 and Max-15 Ultra.

Will Kiryluk, Eluktronics CEO stated, “My hope is this will eventually wake up some sleeping giants to inspire them to bring more and exciting solutions to their customer base as well. Whether consumers are choosing our brand or another, my intention is and always has been to change this game, literally.

The Eluktronics laptops will be powered by the Core i7-10870H instead of the Core i7-10875H. The device will come with GeForce RTX 2070 Supergraphics and a BOE 144 Hz 1080p display and Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut liquid metal paste. As mention, the notebook will be using Nvidia’s latest Optimus technology.

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The new Nvidia Optimus feature requires certified panels with additional hardware switches and ICs. Naturally, the laptops’ price will be a bit high due to the availability of Advanced Optimus. We have seen tech companies launching new technologies. But the OEM’s often delay in adapting to this new tech.

We already know the delay behind PCIe 5th gen implementations. As such, at least one OEM announcing the integration of advanced Optimus is good news.


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