Nvidia MX150 Graphics Card Good Enough For SFV?

learis1learis1 Guardian CadetJoined: Posts: 847
I'm looking to get a new notebook that's lightweight. The new graphics card for these seems to be the Nvidia MX150, and I'm wondering if it can handle SFV at 60fps on any settings.
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  • bchan009bchan009 Joined: Posts: 888
    Possibly, but it's still a pretty low-end card. Even if you can, you're gonna need to turn everything down to the bare minimum.
  • kikimaru024kikimaru024 Mid-tier scrub Joined: Posts: 1,716
    No.

    Wait for something with the Intel+RX Vega
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  • DarksakulDarksakul I find your lack of Faith Disturbing. Joined: Posts: 25,061
    You should be fine with the MX150, it's a mobile version of the Nvidia GT 1030 desktop card and the successor to the Mobile 940.
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  • kikimaru024kikimaru024 Mid-tier scrub Joined: Posts: 1,716
    Darksakul wrote: »
    You should be fine with the MX150, it's a mobile version of the Nvidia GT 1030 desktop card and the successor to the Mobile 940.

    But the CPUs will be some Intel U-series horseshit.
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  • learis1learis1 Guardian Cadet Joined: Posts: 847
    Meh, on second thought I might just get an external GPU...
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  • DarksakulDarksakul I find your lack of Faith Disturbing. Joined: Posts: 25,061
    Darksakul wrote: »
    You should be fine with the MX150, it's a mobile version of the Nvidia GT 1030 desktop card and the successor to the Mobile 940.

    But the CPUs will be some Intel U-series horseshit.

    Well Ultralight Netbooks are never good for any Gaming, so there is that.
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  • kikimaru024kikimaru024 Mid-tier scrub Joined: Posts: 1,716
    learis1 wrote: »
    Meh, on second thought I might just get an external GPU...

    Not really worth it, you'll still be hampered by the laptop's CPU.
    And external adds $300-500 to the price of the GPU, at which point you might as well build a desktop.

    Oh, and GPU prices are completely in the shitter right now due to crypto-mining.

    Bottom line: if you want to game on a laptop, save up for something with at least Core i7-8709G / Core i7-8809G, or GTX 1050.
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  • TastyWhiffTastyWhiff Joined: Posts: 29
    You could try though. AE also fixed all the optimization problems it had before btw so its worth a shot.
  • earthwormbenearthwormben Joined: Posts: 69
    Rx Vega and Intel is the way to go. Wait for them
  • learis1learis1 Guardian Cadet Joined: Posts: 847
    Is the Rx Vega a Dictator or Claw GPU?
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  • earthwormbenearthwormben Joined: Posts: 69
    When released to the US market, Intel will be doing Balrog laptops instead
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