Laptops with the new Nvidia 30 series are very hard to get and even harder for a reasonable price. But this shop in the Netherlands has a few in Stock (starting 1699,- €). I’ve just ordered one, in case you are looking for one too:
but if your laptop doesn’t fall apart like mine and you can wait > half a year, I’d go for one with intel 11th gen. After some research, I wouldn’t recommend the new AMD chips because they only have 8 PCI-E lanes to the GPU which seems to limit the amount of data you can shovel to the GPU per frame.
since it is a CPU with 7nm manufacturing process, it means better performance per wattage and less heat. also, the benchmarks of the Ryzen 5000 series look stunning.
this seems to be more important than the PCIe bandwith, which is theoretically 15,754 GByte/s for AMD and 31,508 GByte/s for Intel. there are of course more differences to consider, about instruction sets and so on. but we’ll see…
If you want one, you should be quick, they are only listed since yesterday and might sell out quickly.