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NVIDIA to Reuse Pascal for Mobility-geared MX300 Series

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2020/01/20 23:38:49 (permalink)
https://videocardz.com/newz/nvidia-geforce-mx350-and-mx330-to-feature-pascal-architecture
 
NVIDIA will apparently still be using Pascal when they launch their next generation of low-power discrete graphics solutions for mobile systems. The MX300 series will replace the current crop of MX200 series (segregated in three products in the form of the MX230, MX250 10 W and MX250 25 W). The new MX300 keeps the dual-tiered system, but ups the ante on the top of the line MX350. Even though it's still Pascal, on a 14 nm process, the MX350 should see an increase in CUDA cores to 640 (by using NVIDIA's Pascal GP107 chip) from the MX250's 384. Performance, then, should be comparable to the NVIDIA GTX 1050.

The MX330, on the other hand, will keep specifications of the MX250, which signals a tier increase from the 256 execution units in the MX230 to 384. This should translate to appreciable performance increases for the new MX300 series, despite staying on NVIDIA's Pascal architecture. The new lineup is expected to be announced on February.
 
I personally always thought the MX200 was a weak GPU despite the power usage so hopefully the MX300 will be a good improvement. 

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    Re: NVIDIA to Reuse Pascal for Mobility-geared MX300 Series 2020/01/21 03:42:51 (permalink)
    The MX200 was weak but it's not like the MX300 will make it much better for gaming. Still though it's an improvement for people who want to try.

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    Re: NVIDIA to Reuse Pascal for Mobility-geared MX300 Series 2020/01/21 05:01:13 (permalink)
    Keyword "reuse"🙄. Not surprised. Bet you its.not much of a gain and still have a premium price.
    Told ya😼

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    Re: NVIDIA to Reuse Pascal for Mobility-geared MX300 Series 2020/01/21 11:22:44 (permalink)
    laptops have always .... lagged desktop GPU & are designed for - low energy consumption - it is Rule #1
     
    Not sure if this thread is really any different than this one:  NVIDIA to Reuse Pascal for Mobility-geared MX300 Series
     
    My laptop MX 150 works ... Just Fine .. even 1080 Gaming

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