Nvidia MX570 to boast the same video codec as RXT 2050


NVIDIA has just unveiled the NVIDIA MX150, 250, 350, 450 four-generation MX series graphics cards, all without NVENC / NVDEC video codec units. The info comes straight from industry insiders “Golden Pig Upgrade Package”. A new report, suggests that the upcoming NVIDIA MX570 will have the same NVENC / NVDEC video codec unit as the RTX 2050.

According to the new report from ITHome, the NVIDIA MX570 and the RTX 2050 boast the same core as the RTX 3050. Both of which are 2048 CUDA cores. The NVIDIA MX570 comes with a 2 GB 64-bit GDDR6 memory. Meanwhile, the RTX 2050 comes with a 4 GB 64-bit GDDR 6 memory. According to NVIDIA’s official introduction, the NVIDIA MX570 graphics processors stand as the fastest among NVIDIA MX GPUS.


The NVIDIA MX570 graphics card stands as the fastest graphics processor among the newest NVIDIA MX GPUs. It can accelerate the work and the entertainment experience of Notebook computers. The graphics cards feature more efficient CUDA cores and faster video memory than previous MX GPUs, the MX570 delivers faster photo editing, video editing, and gaming than the latest integrated graphics.

It can be seen that the upcoming NVIDIA MX 570 mobile GPU will also pack good performance in video encoding and decoding. Whether the NVIDIA MX550 with the previous generation GTX 1650 core. It will feature the NVENC / NVDEC video codec unit is unclear.

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Let’s see if the NVIDIA MX570 will move the industry as a cost-effective version. NVIDIA still pushes the industry of graphics cards forwards and its hardware is always building hype. For this year, we expect the company to disclose the RTX 4000 series. However, getting one of these this year may still be a hard task. The graphics cards are still super expensive due to the continuous constraints in the industry of semiconductors. Moreover, there is an ever-growing demand due to crypto mining needs. The price of a gaming PC has become way higher than it was in previous years. Even used hardware has become expensive.  Worth noting that not even NVIDIA has been free of the tensions during the ongoing conflict.

This year, NVIDIA has unveiled the RTX 3050 in a bid to satisfy cost-effective needs.

AMD also has its own range of RX graphics cards to compete with NVIDIA’s standards. But they are still falling shortly behind due to some proprietary technologies like DLSS that make RTX cards stand beyond the competition.

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