According to reports from Notebookcheck, which spreads some confidential information from an industry insider, there will soon be an update of mobile graphics cards Nvidia’s mainstream. And we bet that the announcement will be scheduled at the beginning of next year, at the CES 2016 in Las Vegas, where the same Nvidia will hold a press conference. The new GPU will maintain roughly the classical nomenclature, differing from the previous ones only for a letter in the acronym: GeForce 920MX, 930MX and 940MX.
Eye then codes: the next graphics cards, for instance those that will replace the current GeForce 920M, 940M and 930m, will be characterized by the acronym “MX” we now recognize only in the many low-end GPU for multimedia notebooks of the upper middle class. The image, shown above, then added some details as the code names of the three GPU: Nvidia GeForce 920MX identifies with “N16V-GMR”, the GeForce 930MX with “N16S-GMR” and the GeForce 940MX with “N16S- GTR “. We did not, at the time, precise information but according to initial rumors specifications of the new graphics cards will be similar (if not identical) to those currently on the market, except for the support of GDDR5 VRAM (optional), which should improve performance General significantly.
The TDP of the Nvidia GeForce 920MX, 930MX and 940MX will not change, remaining in the range of 15 to 25 watts, just like the previous chip. For now, but stay tuned because the next CES 2016 and the rumors could multiply in a matter of days.