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
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: Performance and benchmark scores of the Nvidia GeForce MX350 may vary depending on factors such as the notebook's other components (especially single-channel vs faster dual-channel RAM). However, benchmark results and gameplay videos are good indicators of its performance.