Last week we saw NVIDIA announced their GeForce RTX 20-series Super Mobile GPU series with the RTX 2080 Super (Mobile) and the RTX 2070 Super (Mobile), as well as their Max-Q variants. It was interesting that we did not get a RTX 2060 Super Mobile announcement, but it looks like it is coming as an ASUS ROG marketing slide has revealed it as well as its specifications.
The RTX 2060 Super Mobile has the same core configuration as its desktop counterpart with 2176 “Turning” CUDA cores, 136 TMUs, 64 ROPs, 272 tensor cores, 34 RT cores, and a 256-bit wide GDDR6 memory interface that holds 8 GB of memory. The big difference between the mobile and desktop version is the clock speeds and of course aggressive power management. The RTX 2060 Super Mobile is clocked at 1305 MHz base with a GPU Boost of 1485 MHz. It is likely that the Max-Q version has tighter clock speeds with lower power targets.
Via Hardware Unboxed