Nvidia Company today officially introduced a new mobile video adapter Nvidia GeForce MX150, intended for use in ultrabooks and other portable devices. This entry-level video accelerator is based on the GP108 GPU from the Pascal family and will replace the GeForce 940MX adapter, which debuted just over a year ago.
Unfortunately, the exact technical characteristics of the novelty are not yet disclosed. According to preliminary data, Nvidia GeForce MX150 operates 384 CUDA cores with a frequency above 1 GHz and is equipped with two gigabytes of video memory GDDR5 with a 64-bit bus.
According to Nvidia’s own tests, this video accelerator was 20% faster than the GeForce 940MX in photo editing, 25% faster in video processing and provides a quarter higher frame rate in games. Compared with the integrated video cores of the Intel HD Graphics 520/620, the GeForce MX150 boasts four times the performance.
As for the undemanding online games, the new GPU in Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends and World of Tanks provides “smooth 60 fps in Full HD resolution”. In addition, relative to the already familiar GeForce 940MX, the novelty can boast three times the improved performance per watt.
The first devices equipped with Nvidia GeForce MX150 graphics accelerator will be demonstrated at Computex 2017.