NVIDIA low-key release MX 330/350 notebook graphics: 2.5 times more performance than Intel’s strongest core

Tonight, NVIDIA has launched its new laptop stand-alone products, the MX 330 and MX350, through its official website. NVIDIA on the one hand on the architecture is not as deep, on the other hand, chicken thieves use 2.5 times, 2 times such words to describe performance. The so-called chicken thief is because nVIDIA comparison is the Iris Plus core in Intel 10 Core Ice Lake.

NVIDIA says the MX330 is twice as fast as the i7-1065G7’s core display, and the MX350 is 2.5 times faster in image processing, video editing and gaming performance.

There is little official information on other aspects, only that they all match gDDR5 memory.

NVIDIA low-key release MX 330/350 notebook graphics: 2.5 times more performance than Intel's strongest core

Previously, it was reported that the MX 350 is based on the GP107 core, but from the GTX 1050’s 768 CUDAs castrated to 640 frequencies 1354 to 1468MHz, and the MX 350 is based on the GP108 core, also 640 CUDAs, but the frequency will be 746 to 937MHz.

Both graphics cards are said to be 64bit-wide, with TDP at 15W and 25W respectively. Later, NVIDIA may also have a more advanced MX 330 (384 CUDAs)/310. Although the performance of MX graphics card is not appreciated by professional players, but it is undeniable that OEMs to it favor, after all, packaging is the so-called unique game book.