Two weeks before the launch of this year’s edition of E3, the event draws the attention of players from around the world, awaiting further announcements and game content. Meanwhile, computer enthusiasts celebrate their Taiwanese Computex 2017 event, which focuses exclusively on devices and technologies. However, one of many novelties is likely to attract people interested in electronic entertainment. Speaking of Nvidia’s Max-Q initiative, the company will supply gaming laptops. The new notebooks will feature a number of details, starting with a compact size for maximum mobility (18 millimeters in weight, about 2.3 kilograms), with maximum power. The latter will provide the GeForce GTX 1060, 1070 and 1080 graphics chips, and the hardware will be refined to reduce power consumption and reduce component warming. Thanks to this, Max-Q laptops (supplied by Acer, Asus, Alienware and others) will be 70% more efficient than their predecessors and will offer full VR support and 4K resolution.
WhisperMode is a new addition that automatically adjusts the number of frames displayed per second to further reduce noise, power consumption and heat generation. This mode will work not only on Max-Q devices, but for all notebooks with Pascal graphics. The update is expected to be made available soon through the GeForce Experience application, and new laptops will debut June 27.