According to the latest leak, the Surface Laptop Studio 2 could be an impressive portable computing machine. The top-tier model could also include an NVIDIA RTX 4060, making it the most powerful Surface ever released by the company. According to Geekbench 5, the Surface Laptop Studio 2 will include Intel’s latest 13th-generation processor, the Core i7-13800H.
Intel’s latest 13th-generation Core i7-13800H CPU has six performance cores and eight efficiency cores for a total of 14 cores. Unfortunately, the benchmark does not specify the CPU’s maximum sustained power limit, so just because a chassis contains a powerful chip does not imply that the cooling solution is capable of controlling its temperatures.
According to Gustave Monce, the Surface Laptop Studio 2 also has an NVIDIA RTX 4060 with 8GB of GDDR6 video memory and up to 64GB of DDR5 RAM.
Not only is Microsoft likely to design this machine to be useful to creative professionals, but it may also be capable of running the most recent AAA games at high visual settings. The GPU power limit, like the CPU, was not listed anywhere in the Geekbench 5 benchmark, so we have no idea how the Surface Laptop Studio 2 will perform in other tests. However, because the graphics processor scored 81,285 in the OpenCL category, the GPU performs similarly to a mobile RTX 3060 operating at a higher power limit.
In comparison to the first-generation Surface Laptop Studio, the leaked specifications of the Surface Laptop Studio 2 appear significantly more impressive than the current model’s maxed-out configuration. The laptop is currently equipped with a quad-core Intel 11th-generation Core i7-11370H CPU and an RTX 3050 Ti with 4GB of GDDR6 VRAM.
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