GeForce at CES 2022: New RTX Laptops, GPUs, Games, Cloud Gaming and More

To kick off 2022, NVIDIA is: announcing over 160 new GeForce RTX and Studio laptops including new GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPUs; introducing GeForce RTX 3050 graphics cards; highlighting a bunch of games enhanced by RTX and Reflex technologies; debuting new G-SYNC displays; bringing cloud gaming to your living room TV and 5G mobile devices via GeForce NOW; illustrating how NVIDIA Studio is helping build the next digital frontier with NVIDIA Omniverse; and much more! 


Watch above, or keep reading below for a roundup of everything announced in our Special Address from CES 2022.

Introducing 4th Gen Max-Q, GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPUs

Gamers and creators have made GeForce high-performance laptops the fastest growing category in PCs, and today, we are announcing over 160 new laptops, all built around our RTX 30 Series Laptop GPUs. These new laptops are built in a variety of form factors, from dual-screen, easel, and convertible, to portable powerhouses with G-SYNC and 1440p displays.

The flagship 80 Ti class of GPUs comes to laptops for the first time with the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Laptop GPU. Featuring 16GB of the fastest GDDR6 ever shipped in a laptop, the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti delivers higher performance than the desktop TITAN RTX. RTX 3080 Ti laptops start at $2499.

Ti is now coming to the fastest growing class of laptop GPUs, with the new GeForce RTX 3070 Ti.  Up to 70% faster than the previous-gen GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER, the new GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Laptop GPU offers a significant upgrade for anyone needing excellent 1440p performance. GeForce RTX 3070 Ti laptops start at $1499.

Whether you’re a creator or gamer, the latest 4th generation of Max-Q Technologies – including CPU Optimizer, Rapid Core Scaling, and Battery Boost 2.0 – continue our commitment to bring you great performance in thin designs. Now creators can experience up to a 3X performance improvement on their favorite apps while creating on the go, and gamers will also enjoy performance increases and up to 70% more battery life.

For creators looking for the ultimate laptop for your work, we are also announcing new NVIDIA Studio laptops. Featuring the latest RTX 3080 Ti GPUs, these laptops are on average 7 times faster than the latest MacBook Pro 16 M1 Max in 3D renderers. With hardware-accelerated ray tracing, AI, and NVIDIA’s high performance video processor, these laptops are the perfect tool for any creator workflow. There is a wide variety of designs to meet every creator’s needs, including ultra-portable 14” laptops like the new Razer Blade 14, the dual display flexibility of the Asus Zenbook Pro Duo, or powerful creator laptops like the RTX 3080 Ti powered MSI Creator Z17. 


Digital artist Jacob Norris demonstrates the power of the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Laptop GPU.  

Learn more about all of these new laptop announcements in our detailed laptop article here.

Step Up to RTX - Announcing GeForce RTX 3050 Graphics Cards

Today, we revealed the GeForce RTX 3050, bringing the performance and efficiency of the NVIDIA Ampere architecture to more gamers than ever before. RTX 3050 graphics cards come equipped with 2nd generation RT Cores for ray tracing, 3rd gen Tensor Cores for DLSS and AI, and 8GB of GDDR6. For the first time, you can play ray traced games on a 50-class GPU at over 60 frames per second. It starts at just $249, and is coming worldwide from all of our partners on January 27th. 

Check out all of the details for the GeForce RTX 3050 in our announcement article.

RTX Enhances More Games: The Day Before, Rainbow Six Extraction, Escape From Tarkov and More

NVIDIA RTX momentum continues to build as ray tracing and AI are defining the next generation of content. Since the last CES, we have added over 150 RTX games and applications, and gamers have logged over 1 billion hours of play time. The top games this past year include Call of Duty: Warzone, Rainbow Six Siege, DOOM Eternal, Back 4 Blood, and Deathloop. We are excited to expand the roster of RTX games this year as well - bringing these technologies to games like The Day Before, Rainbow Six Extraction, Escape from Tarkov, and Dying Light 2 Stay Human. 

See how RTX technologies are being implemented to enhance each of these games.

Learn more about our RTX game announcements in our detailed RTX article

New Reflex Games, Mice, and Displays

For competitive gamers, milliseconds are the difference between winning and losing. This is why 8 of the top 10 competitive shooters have integrated NVIDIA Reflex - our low-latency gaming platform. Gamers love it, and over 20 million GeForce players compete each month with Reflex.

While Reflex is critical for competitive matches, lower latency is important in any game. And the great news is that 7 more games with Reflex are on the way, extending the technology into new genres. 

These new Reflex titles include iRacing, the world’s premier online racing simulator; Rainbow Six Extraction, where Reflex has your 6 as you confront Archæans; and Sony’s award-winning God of War, where you can achieve better dodges and combos when it launches on PC on January 14th.


NVIDIA Reflex lowers system latency in God of War, giving you the upper hand (or Leviathan axe) in your excursion through the Realms

The Reflex hardware ecosystem continues to grow alongside games. Our Reflex Latency Analyzer allows players to easily measure system latency with a single click of the mouse. We now have over 50 Reflex mice and monitors from 16 partners including 6 new Reflex mice from Alienware, AGON, CORSAIR, EVGA, and Logitech, as well as 5 new Reflex monitors. 

Learn more about these announcements in our Reflex article.

Announcing 1440p Esports Displays and More Coming to the G-SYNC Ecosystem

With the global growth in esports, the demand for esports-optimized displays has been doubling each year, and we believe the time is right to take it to a new level. Today, we are announcing a new category of esports displays: 1440p resolution, 27” form factor, operating at up to 360Hz with new Esports Vibrance and Reflex Latency Analyzer features.

NVIDIA Esports Research has found that larger, higher resolution panels improve aiming performance, providing larger and more detailed targets. 


Even more new G-SYNC Compatible, G-SYNC, and G-SYNC ULTIMATE displays have been announced by our partners including Alienware, ASUS, LG, and more at CES 2022.

More details about 1440p esports displays, new frontiers for OLED and mini-LED, HDR10+ GAMING on GeForce GPUs, and our other new G-SYNC announcements can be found in our G-SYNC round-up article.

NVIDIA Studio - Empowering the Next Digital Frontier

We are at the dawn of the next digital frontier. Interconnected 3D virtual worlds - whether for commerce, entertainment, creativity, or industry - are being built today. And these worlds will be built by an expanding number of professional and amateur creators, collaborating from across the globe. For this future, we’ve built NVIDIA Studio - a fully accelerated platform for creators.

Today, we are excited to announce that NVIDIA Studio is expanding with the production release of Omniverse - a virtual collaboration and real-time simulation platform launching for 3D creators. Omniverse brings over 20 years of NVIDIA’s groundbreaking work in graphics, AI, simulation, and compute into a single platform to transform and overcome the challenges of complex 3D workflows. 


In addition to 3D-centric applications, NVIDIA Studio includes the Canvas app, which instantly converts digital brushstrokes into photorealistic images. Today, we have a major update to announce for Canvas’ AI. Built from NVIDIA’s GauGAN2 research, the latest app produces images that are 4x higher resolution, with more detailed elements.


Check out more details from our NVIDIA Studio announcements here

Wrapping Up

NVIDIA today set out the next direction of the ultimate platform for gamers and creators, unveiling more than 160 gaming and studio GeForce-based laptop designs, as well as new desktop and laptop GeForce RTX GPUs and technologies. We also announced new RTX-accelerated content, and the expansion of both GeForce NOW cloud gaming and the NVIDIA Studio ecosystem, including the launch of NVIDIA Omniverse for creators. And much more. 

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Oh, and One More Thing…

More to come later in January