Soon, the cheapest chipset developer default for the mobile world may be much more modern and advanced
after We saw the launch of the GDDR6 variation for the GeForce GTX 1650 in the stationary market, It might be time to take another look at the mobile video card market, where alongside the large stream of updated models with the new GeForce RTX Super NVIDIA We receive first-hand evidence of the future of the lower end of the company's processing unit range.
The processing power in the graphics cores built into mobile processors has enjoyed a significant and welcome leap in recent months, as part of Intel's new Ice Lake processor generation at 10 nm and even more within AMD's Ryzen 4000 family with Vega architecture at 7 nm - and this new situation requires You NVIDIA (you too AMD Itself) to adjust its offering to the upgraded standard - models such as the GeForce MX110, GeForce MX130 and GeForce MX230 that could be found in a large number of Mobile Medium and reasonable have become irrelevant, which probably explains why the launch of theGeForce MX330 andGeForce The improved MX350 arrived within a short time after the MX230 and MX250 were launched.
As part of the new GeForce MX330 and GeForce MX350 models,NVIDIA Significantly increase the number of active CUDA units in each rank - the MX330 includes 384 processing units that compare the capabilities of the GeForce MX250 and GeForce MX150 models from the past, while the MX350 enjoys 640 processing units based on the same Core Which served theGeForce GTX 1050 in Generation ArchitecturePascal.
However, initial performance tests indicate that the built-in Vega cores in AMD's latest octagonal H processors manage to tickle even the GeForce MX350 from below, in a way that may cause many mobile manufacturers to reconsider the need to incorporate another discrete graphics core for extra. Price and power consumption just to get a relatively modest performance boost - and this may be even more true in Intel's labs segment with the future generation of the Tiger Lake mobile, where the graphics cores are expected to show an additional performance improvement of up to 50 percent over Ice Lake processors (Which have already provided a very significant improvement compared to the manufacturer's 14-nanometer processors). In other words, inNVIDIA You have to fight again for the right to exist for the budget models they market to mobile manufacturers.
A result from the database of the 3 DMark tests claims to be the one that gives us a small glimpse into the future - a new GeForce MX model based for the first time not on Core From the old Pascal era but on the TU117 core of the Turing generation, which is also based on the GeForce GTX 1650 cards. The result report indicates a very low operating frequency of 540MHz (this may be incorrectly reported), alongside 2GB of memory Dynamic with a high effective speed of 10Gbps - which confirms to us almost certainly that this is a memory of the new GDDR6 generation, and not a memory GDDR5 That would not reach such an operating frequency in a mobile environment.
Could it be that we look the NVIDIA Takes full use of Turing cores and memories GDDR6 In all models, even at the most basic cost levels, in both the stationary and mobile world this year? Meanwhile, it's speculation, but one that seems to make more sense every day and every new piece of information that pops up on the Web.