Nvidia has launched its new MX130 and MX110 notebook GPUs, without much fanfare. These two GPUs will, or course, be used in mid-range notebooks, which are not necessarily aimed solely towards gaming. Nvidia had earlier launched the MX150 mobile GPU in May.
Let’s start of with the Nvidia MX110 mobile GPU. This GPU is based off of Nvidia’s Maxwell architecture. The GPU itself is made using the 28nm process technology. Performance-wise, the Maxwell MX110 GPU features base and boost clock speeds of 965MHz and 993MHz respectively. Memory clock speed is rated at a modest 1800MHz. In addition, this GPU also has a shader core count of 256.
Next up is the MX130 notebook GPU. Like the MX110, the MX130 is also based on the last generation Nvidia Maxwell architecture. This 28nm GPU comes with clock speeds 1123MHz (base) and 1242MHz (boost). Besides that, the MX130 mobile GPU has a faster clock speed of 4000MHz as well. Finally, this GPU also features 384 shader cores.
It’s worth noting that according to sources, both the “new” MX110 and MX130 GPUs may actually just be rebrands of the company’s older 920MX and 940MX GPUs. That aside, consumers should expect these GPUs to be made available in notebooks sometime in 2018.