HP ZHAN notebook to feature GeForce MX250

Published: 17th Dec 2018, 09:15 GMT   Comments

The GeForce MX series for low-power, entry-level notebooks, might soon be updated with a new model.

GeForce MX250

NVIDIA might launch entry-level MX250 GPU for low-power notebooks, according to the leak from HP. The card features 2GB of GDDR5 memory, which is basically the first ‘new’ card to feature GDDR5 instead of GDDR6 memory since Turing was introduced.

There is no proof that MX250 is based on Turing, but according to our sources, first traces of TU107 and TU108 graphics processor have already been found.

It is hard to predict when MX250 will be available, but one could guess that CES 2019 will be a perfect time and place to introduce new notebooks.

NVIDIA is also set to launch GeForce RTX mobile series for notebooks. These would include RTX 2080, RTX 2070 and RTX 2060. So far we have not seen any proof that RTX 2080 Ti would also be available in mobile form factor. Some leaks may include such GPU, but bear in mind, mobile platforms are often tested with desktop components.

Source Momomo

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