The MX250 supercharges your laptop for work and play. Now, you can expect up to 3.5X faster performance over integrated graphics for photo and video-editing applications, as well as faster, smoother gaming. It also works seamlessly with NVIDIA Optimus technology to give you the perfect balance between long battery life and performance. Find NVIDIA GeForce MX250 Graphics Chipset For Laptops...
●︎ GeForce Performance Score: Up to 3.5X (Game performance score calculated based on comparison to (Whiskey Lake) UHD620 on Intel i5-8265U = 1.0x)
●︎ Standard Memory Interface: GDDR5
●︎ NVIDIA Optimus Support: Yes
●︎ NVIDIA GPU Boost: 3.0
●︎ NVIDIA GameWorks support: Yes
●︎ NVIDIA SLI-Ready: No
●︎ Microsoft DirectX: 12 API with feature level 12_1
●︎ Vulcan API: 1.1
●︎ OpenGL Support: 4.6
●︎ OpenCL Support: 1.2
●︎ Windows 7, 8, and 10 support: Yes
●︎ PCI Express 3.0 support: Yes
GeForce MX250 Overview:
The Pascal architecture delivers truly game-changing performance, innovative technologies, and superior power efficiency.
This advanced technology intelligently optimizes your laptop PC, providing the outstanding graphics performance you need while extending battery life for longer enjoyment.
Ensure the best gaming experience, the day a game releases, by automatically updating your game-ready drivers. You can even optimize game settings on your laptop with a single click.
Push the limits of gaming with more interactive and cinematic game experience.
DirectX 12 Support
Support for the latest Microsoft DirectX API enables great performance in next-generation multimedia.
NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0
This technology dynamically maximizes clock speeds based on workload and allows enthusiast-class controls that let you push performance to new levels.
NVIDIA CUDA technology
Unlock the power of the GPU’s processor cores to tackle demanding tasks like video transcoding, physics simulation, and ray tracing much faster than with traditional CPUs.
PCI Express 3.0
The latest PCI Express 3.0 bus architecture offers the highest data transfer speeds for the most bandwidth-hungry games and 3D applications.