NVIDIA recently published details about their latest GPUs in the GeForce MX Lineup – the GeForce MX250 and the GeForce MX230, on their official website. The GeForce MX lineup is an entry-level laptop GPU series and is meant for basic games and 3D acceleration and will
The GeForce MX230 and MX250 are set to replace their older gen GPUs MX130 and MX150 respectively. These GPUs are intended to deliver better graphics power than the current integrated GPUs offered by Intel, but the performance will still lag behind the GeForce GTX 1050 and GeForce GTX 1050Ti gaming GPUs. Both GPUs work seamlessly with NVIDIA’s Optimus technology to provide the perfect balance between long battery life and performance.
The GeForce MX250 and GeForce MX230 are based on NVIDIA’s previous-gen Pascal architecture, which underpins the GeForce GTX-10 series of desktop and mobile GPUs. Both make use of the NVIDIA’s CUDA technology to tackle demanding tasks like video transcoding, physics simulation, and ray tracing much faster than with traditional CPUs.
NVIDIA GeForce MX250
The NVIDIA GeForce MX250 will provide up to 3.5X faster performance over integrated graphics for photo and video-editing applications, as well as faster, and smoother gaming experience.
NVIDIA GeForce MX230
Similar to the faster MX250, the MX230 is based on the GP108 chip. The NVIDIA GeForce MX250 provides up to 3.5X faster performance over integrated graphics 2.6, according to the company.
The new GeForce MX250 and GeForce MX230 will compete against AMD’s integrated Radeon Vega GPUs, which also provide the same level of performance powerful enough for basic gaming.
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