The Nvidia GeForce MX330 is a lower-end video card for notebook computers. You can usually find it in mid-range all-purpose laptop models.
Performance-wise, the Nvidia GeForce MX330 is far below the full-blown gaming-class video cards, such as those from the GeForce GTX and RTX series. But, it is much faster than a typical basic integrated graphics processor, such as the Intel UHD series you can find in many laptops. On the other hand, the performance gap between the MX330 and some newer and improved integrated graphics processors like the Intel Iris Plus or Radeon Graphics of the AMD Ryzen 4000 processor series isn’t big. Generally, this means the GeForce MX330 can be used for non-demanding games, with improved gameplay smoothness in comparison to the majority of integrated graphics processors.
Just like all dedicated video cards, the GeForce MX330 has its own video memory. The video memory size of the MX330 is 2GB. It isn’t capacious, but at least the card doesn’t take up the notebook’s RAM for video memory purposes like the integrated graphics processors do.
Nvidia GeForce MX330 Benchmark
Benchmark results confirm the MX330 belongs to the entry-level laptop graphics processor category. It’s above integrated graphics processors, but below gaming-class video cards.
You can check out the videos in the User Reviews and Q&A section below to see what gaming on the MX330 looks like in the real life.
Note: The benchmark scores of the listed graphics processors are averages measured across various devices with these processors. The scores and real-world performance of the Nvidia GeForce MX330 and compared GPUs may vary depending on the notebooks' other components, settings, cooling, and other factors (especially single-channel vs faster dual-channel RAM and speed of the main processor). However, the benchmark results, as well as gameplay videos, are good indicators of the graphics processors' performance.