While the first tests of Intel Arc mobile graphics cards are appearing on the Web, many have forgotten that Nvidia also recently introduced a number of new products, including the GeForce RTX 2050 and MX570.
These cards are based on the GA107 GPU and offer support for current Nvidia technologies. Despite the relation to different families, the cards are very similar. And the tests show that this is true for performance as well.
At least in Geekbench the adapters show almost identical performance. While the RTX 2050 scores 48,617 points, the MX570 shows a score of 44,638 points, which is only 10% behind. What’s more, the RTX 2050 in the other notebook scores a whopping 46,000 points, meaning the difference drops to almost zero. For comparison, the GeForce MX550 scores 35,697 points, that is behind the older models by 30% or more.
True, OpenCL tests cannot be called optimal for video card comparison, but in this case we are talking about related solutions, so the results are quite revealing.