Nvidia MX450 notebook is released independently, with optional GDDR6 memory

On August 25th, Nvidia updated and released relevant information about the MX450 notebook unique display on its official website. It was introduced that the Nvidia MX450 unique display can choose GDDR5 and GDDR6 memory, and supports PCIe 4.0 bus, which can be used for notebook computers. Work faster, and have better performance in photo, video editing and games.

Although Nvidia did not mention the specific specifications of the MX450, but combined with the information exposed by foreign media not long ago, it is learned that the MX450 uses the same TU117 core as the GTX 1650 mobile graphics card, but cuts in bandwidth and memory capacity. One cut, only 64bit bandwidth and 2GB of video memory. Based on TSMC’s 12nm process, it integrates 1024 shading units, 64 texture mapping units and 32 ROPs.

It is worth noting that foreign media mentioned that the MX450 has two specifications, a high-frequency version and a low-frequency version. The high-frequency version has a base frequency of 1395MHz and a boost frequency of 1575MHz, which is slightly better than the GTX 1650 graphics card in terms of performance. The low-frequency version of the MX450’s independent display performance is only about 59% of the high-frequency version, the base frequency is 720MHz, and the boost frequency is 930MHz, which is equivalent to the performance of the 75W power GTX 1050 graphics card. The theoretical performance is still quite powerful.

At present, NVIDIA has not officially introduced any performance indicators for the MX450 graphics card. The above specifications and performance standards are only based on media revelations, but the credibility should be relatively large. In addition to the performance improvement of the MX450, the biggest change should be to support PCIe 4.0. This is also to match the Intel Tiger Lake 11th generation Core processor. Friends who want to change their laptops can wait for the new machine in the second half of the year.