Nvidia GeForce MX350 Entry-Level Dedicated Video Card

The Nvidia GeForce MX350 is a dedicated video card for laptops, as opposed to integrated graphics processors built into the main laptop processors. Just like all Nvidia GeForce MX series video cards, the MX350 belongs to the lower-end of the notebook video card hierarchy. It is faster than the typical integrated graphics processor like the Intel UHD series, but slower than the gaming-class video cards like the GeForce GTX or RTX series.

In the real life, this means the MX350 enables improved gameplay smoothness in comparison to the majority of integrated graphics processors. But, it can’t provide enough graphics power for smooth playing the latest high-end game titles on high settings and resolutions.

The GeForce MX350 features either 2GB or 4GB of dedicated video memory, so it doesn’t have to use the main system memory for graphics purposes. Also, the graphics processor itself is available in two variants – the weaker one that consumes 15 Watts of power and the more powerful 25-Watt version. The former is commonly used in thin, light, and ultra-portable laptop models, while the latter is used in standard-size laptops.

Nvidia GeForce MX350 Benchmark

Nvidia GeForce MX350 Benchmark

As expected, the benchmark results show the GeForce MX350 is in the basic dedicated video card category and that the 25-Watt version of the MX350 is indeed faster than the 15-Watt one.

In the User Reviews, Q&A, and Videos section below you can see what gaming on laptops with the MX350 card looks like.

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 MX350 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.


Here are the most important specs of the Nvidia GeForce MX350:

GPU Name

Nvidia GeForce MX350

GPU Type

Dedicated video card (has its own video memory)

Number of Execution Units, Cores, Shaders

640 unified

Memory Bus Width


Video Memory Size


Memory Type


Video Memory Speed

7,000 MHz

Production Technology


Power Consumption

15 Watts
25 Watts

Year of Release


Published on July 20, 2020

User Reviews, Q&A, and Videos

Below you can read and submit user reviews, questions, and answers about the Nvidia GeForce MX350. Thank you for your contribution.

  1. Question


    Does it support 4K (H265) video playback?

  2. Question


    Was bring die Karte an max Ausgangsleistung, sprich kann man über ein DOC 2 x 2K Monitore im Office anschliessen? Die Zahlen dazu finde ich nirgends.

  3. Question


    Hi. If I attach an external monitor such as the BENQ SW240 to a laptop with the MX350, is the card capable of 10 bit color depth?
    If yes, how can I set it up to 10 bits? The version of the NVIDIA control panel I have does not have this option. Seems to be the latest version of the software.


  4. Question


    can this support multiple monitors? trying to hook up 2 screens

    • Nick

      If the device it is in, is able to have another screen attached, then yes, it should do

  5. Question


    Is there a MX350 Graphics card for Appropriate programming

  6. Question


    ACER ASPIRE 5 A515 core i5 have NVIDIA 2GB MX350. I want o know is it 25w or 15W

  7. Question

    MANISH kumar

    Can I draw a 3D AutoCAD nvidia GTX mx 350 2gb gpu

    • Dan

      Yes you can. However, in some segments of the program, there could be noticeable difference between the MX350 and current generation of the GeForce GTX or RTX cards in favor of the GTX / RTX over the MX. GTX and MX are different GeForce series. The MX350 is an entry-level video card series and it doesn’t have GTX in its name.

  8. 38 Games on MX350


    Here’s a great video showing performance of 38 popular games on the MX350.


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