Hi. Can someone please explain what's the difference between a 20XX card & its Super/MaxQ version? I thought the Super versions were more powerful versions of the original cards (g.g 2070 super is more powerful than 2070, & thus gives more FPS, has more cuda cores & has higher MHz). Then MaxQ entered the picture. I read that the MaxQ is a powered down version of the original card, meaning less powerful & thus lower performance & FPS, but improves battery life. Correct me if I have got these facts wrong. Now, I am trying to buy a gaming laptop, & I thought of buying the super version of 2070 as I will anyway be plugged in while gaming & I want a powerful GPU & not MaxQ. Decided to go for the Gigabyte AORUS 17" Full HD 240Hz i7 RTX 2070 SUPER Laptop, which is "supposed" to be a super card, but some websites are mentioning that it is a Super MaxQ card?!! Like WTH... I thought super & maxQ were totally different versions... How can it be both super & maxq? It just means they made the card more powerful & made it less powerful again... Why will I have to pay £300 extra just for the same card? Can you please explain this as I am not finding answers anywhere. Should I go for a RTX 2070 or a 2070 Super MaxQ?