Nvidia unveils new GeForce MX150 mobile graphics chip

Nvidia has announced the launch of its GeForce MX150 Pascal-powered mobile graphics chip.

The MX150 GPU provides power-efficient graphics performance for lightweight laptops, offering enough processing power for photo and video editing in addition to light gaming.

The chip is a major upgrade to the previous-generation GeForce GTX 940MX mobile chip, offering three times the performance-per-watt.

Nvidia said laptops equipped with its GeForce MX150 chip will offer up to four times the gaming performance of devices using integrated graphics.

Laptops using a GeForce MX150 chip will be able to run popular eSports titles like Dota 2, CS: GO, and League of Legends at 1080p with a framerate of 60fps.

The new chip also supports Nvidia Optimus and GPU Boost, which allows the GPU to dynamically scale its performance to improve battery life.

Laptops equipped with Nvidia’s new GeForce MX150 mobile GPU will begin shipping internationally in June 2017.

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