In the thin and light notebook of Intel platform, if there is a discrete graphics card, then almost 100% will be NVIDIA MX250. Although its performance is mediocre, it has become a ruling existence, just like its predecessor MX150.
Now the MX350 is here!
The MX250 itself is the vest of the MX150, or the ancient Pascal architecture, divided into two versions of 10W residual blood version and 25W full blood version, the performance difference is obvious.
According to reports, Lenovo IdeaPad S540, which is the domestic Lenovo's careful PRo 13 2019 model, appears in the configuration table MX350 figure, juxtaposed with the existing MX250, are optional.
The specific specifications of the MX350 are unknown for now. I only know that it will continue to be equipped with 2GB GDDR5 memory. It seems that there is a great probability that it is the vest version of the MX250 and the second vest version of the MX150. At most, it is more open in frequency.
After all, NVIDIA has absolutely no pressure in this area, and Intel Core is firmly tied together. There will be no power to upgrade to the Turing architecture.
Of course, we have to wait for the official release of the MX350 to see the official specifications, or even get a new notebook before we can know.