NVIDIA is taking Pascal out for another spin. VideoCardz writes the GPU maker is preparing a new MX300 series for the low-end laptop market. These chips will still be based on the Pascal architecture but will be more than simple rebrands of the MX200 series. The GeForce MX350 seems to use the more powerful GP107 GPU,while the GeForce MX330 now has the same number of CUDA cores as the GeForce MX250.
The higher-end part named GeForce MX350 is more than likely to feature GP107 GPU. The ID which was spotted in the drivers appears right after GTX 1050 Mobile. An educated guess would suggest similar specifications, which means 640 CUDA cores.
On the other hand, the GeForce MX330 should still feature GP108 GPU with 384 Cores, so just as many as MX250. That said, the MX350 could replace the GTX 1050M in the current lineup, while MX330 would be a refresh of MX250.
The first laptops with NVIDIA GeForce MX300 GPUs are expected towards the end of February.