NVIDIA, ASUS Launch RTX 6000-Powered ASUS ProArt StudioBook One
NVIDIA and ASUS are pitching the ASUS ProArt StudioBook One as a mobile system for “creatives and innovators.”
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September 4, 2019
NVIDIA and ASUS are pitching the ASUS ProArt StudioBook One as a mobile system for “creatives and innovators.” According to NVIDIA’s own benchmarks shared during a conference call hosted by the GPU maker, the system performs within a mere 10% difference to high-end desktop workstations.
The negligible performance difference between ASUS ProArt StudioBook One and the high-end desktops effectively “closes the gap between mobile and desktio,” says Allen Bourgoyne, senior product marketing manager, professional systems, NVIDIA.
“The design goal is to get a high-end desktop’s performance in mobile form actor,” adds Bourgoyne. “Besides, it’s sleek and thin, something you can carry around. It doesn’t do you any good if we design something that matches the workstation in performance but is bulky and heavy.”
The previous generation RTX GPU—NVIDIA RTX 5000—has a maximum built-in memory of 16GB. By contrast, the RTX 6000 GPU can accommodate up to 24GB, significantly increasing the data size for working files.
Like other RTX-powered systems, the new ASUS mobile workstation benefits from real-time raytracing, AI-accelerated workflows, and VR-/AR-compatible.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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