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TUXEDO Computers Launches First Linux Gaming Laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000

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If you’re in the market for a new Linux gaming notebook featuring NVIDIA’s recently released GeForce RTX 3000 series GPUs, codenamed Ampere, in Max-Q design with up to 16 GB GDDR6 VRAM, TUXEDO Computers has you covered with its brand-new TUXEDO Book XP15 and TUXEDO Book XP17 laptops.

The NVIDIA RTX 3000 series graphics card is known to offer high-performance gaming on mobile computers, and combined with a 10th Generation Intel i7-10870H high-end processor with 8 cores and 16 threads, and up to 5 GHz clock rates, the two notebooks TUXEDO Computers introduces today are some of its most powerful.

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    Linux hardware vendor Tuxedo has refreshed some more of their lineup to bring on NVIDIA Ampere graphics to the Tuxedo Book XP15 and XP17 models. Offering up the latest generation with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 in a "Max-Q design", these two new models pack quite the punch in performance if you're after a laptop that can play almost anything you throw at it on Linux.

    Available to configure with exactly what you want, there's quite a bit of wiggle room on the components. The XP15 can give you a 3060-3080 while the XP17 goes between either the 3070 or 3080. There's a few different screens to choose from too between 60hz IPS 1080p, 144hz IPS 1080p, 300hz IPS 1080p and 60hz OLED 2160p (4K). All models come with the Intel Core i7-10870H (8x 2.20-5.00 GHz Eight-Core, 16 Threads, 16 MB Cache, 45 W TDP).

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    Linux laptop company Tuxedo Computers is now offering a handful of notebooks with support for NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics, including the new Tuxedo Book XP15 Gen 12 notebook which is a 4.4 pound computer with a 15.6 inch display, an Intel Core i7-10870H processor, and support for up to RTX 3080 Max-Q graphics.

    That kind of horsepower doesn’t come cheap though: Prices start at 1,599 Euros, or about $1,900.

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    Tuxedo Computers, a Schenker / XMG subsidiary from Germany, is now offering its latest Linux-powered laptops with Intel CPUs and Nvidia RTX 3000 GPUs. The new Book XP15 and XP17 models could have benefitted from some AMD Ryzen 5000H APUs, but the available Intel Comet Lake-H CPU options are still a solid choice, although a bit pricier than we would like.

    Both 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch models come with largely similar specs, except for some screen options. Even the chassis weigh ~1.99 Kg (including battery) on both models. Here is a list with the shared specs...

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  • TUXEDO Computers Unveil The First RTX 30 Series Powered Linux Laptop Lineup

    TUXEDO Computers is a German-based manufacturer of Linux-based Desktops and Notebooks. Some of their popular offerings include their range of Linux-based mini PCs and the Polaris series of gaming laptops.

    Recently, they have announced the launch of two new Linux gaming laptops that will feature the Nvidia RTX 30 series of graphics cards.

    The two new offerings are the TUXEDO Book XP15 and TUXEDO Book XP17, both laptops will offer up to an Nvidia RTX 3080 Max-Q with different configurations possible across the display, memory, storage and operating systems.

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