This post has been republished via RSS; it originally appeared at: Windows Blog.At CES 2023, NVIDIA announced its largest generational leap in performance ever with its GeForce RTX 40 Series laptop graphics processing units (GPUs) that run on Windows 11 and include DirectX 12 Ultimate. Gamers and creators will find plenty of appeal with DLSS 3, which boosts performance and creates additional high-quality frames using AI. This builds upon NVIDIA RTX, a platform for ray tracing and AI technologies that more than 250 top games and applications use to combine realistic graphics with fast performance. Creators will also find that NVIDIA’s AI can speed up workflows in 3D rendering, video editing, graphic design and more. And these powerful new laptop GPUs are now coming to 14-inch laptops, increasing performance by up to 20 times vs. traditional 14-inch laptops. AI also comes into play with NVIDIA’s new Max-Q advanced suite of technologies aimed at optimizing the entire laptop (GPU, CPU, memory, thermals, software, display, etc.) to deliver powerful PC laptops that are thin and quiet, with long-lasting batteries. Go to NVIDIA to find out more about their CES announcements and releases.