Nvidia GeForce MX570 Geekbench OpenCL Score Leaked

In December last year, Nvidia released three entry-level GPUs for the mobile market, the GeForce RTX 2050 and GeForce MX570 with GA107 cores, and the GeForce MX550 with Turing architecture chips. Among them, the GeForce MX570 is the first GeForce MX series product to use the Ampere architecture chip, which is the same chip as the GeForce RTX 3050 mobile GPU.
According to TomsHardware, the Geekbench OpenCL score results of the Nvidia GeForce MX570 have been leaked recently, and it seems that the performance is not bad. GeForce MX570 scored 44638 in Geekbench’s OpenCL test. Comparing the scores of other GPUs, it is found that it is very close to the score of the GeForce RTX 2050 (45986), higher than the score of the GeForce GTX 1650 Ti mobile GPU (43640), and also a lot higher than the score of the GeForce MX550 (36084).

According to NVIDIA’s previous introduction, the GeForce RTX 2050 has 2048 CUDA cores, the boost clock can be set between 1155-1477MHz, the TGP range is 30-45W, the memory bit width is only 64 bits, and it is equipped with 4GB of GDDR6 memory with a rate of 14Gbps. Nvidia has not yet given the specific specifications of the GeForce MX570 and GeForce MX550, but both use GDDR6 memory, MX570 should be GA107, and MX550 may be TU117

Compared with the GeForce RTX 2050, the overall specifications of the GeForce MX570 should be similar, with the same number of CUDA cores, but only 2GB of GDDR6 memory, which will limit its performance in some application scenarios. TomsHardware said that the “GeForce MX570 A” was previously found to be a version that does not support NVENC / NVDEC, which has a greater impact on some users.