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GeForce MX130/PCIe/SSE2 - Technical Information.

The GeForce MX130 is a dedicated graphics card from NVIDIA that is often found in laptops. Here is some technical information about it:

- GPU:
The MX130 is based on the NVIDIA Pascal architecture.
- CUDA Cores:
It has a certain number of CUDA cores for parallel processing tasks.
- Memory:
The MX130 may have discrete VRAM (Video Random Access Memory), which can be either GDDR5 or DDR3 depending on the laptop model and configuration.
- Memory Size:
The amount of dedicated graphics memory varies depending on the laptop model. Typically it ranges from 2GB to 4GB.
- Memory Interface:
The MX130 probably has a 64-bit memory interface.
- Performance:
Designed primarily for use in thin and light laptops, the MX130 offers improved performance compared to integrated graphics solutions, but is not designed for high-end gaming or demanding graphics applications.
- API Support:
The MX130 supports modern graphics APIs such as DirectX 12, Vulkan and OpenGL 4.6.
- Power Consumption and Cooling:
Because the MX130 is designed for use in thin and light laptops, it has relatively low power consumption and requires efficient cooling to ensure thermal performance.
- Ports:
It supports a range of output options including HDMI, DisplayPort and possibly VGA depending on the laptop manufacturer and model.

This information may vary depending on the manufacturer and specific laptop configuration, but it provides a general overview of the GeForce MX130's technical specifications.

GeForce MX130/PCIe/SSE2, known issues and bugs.

Known issues and errors with the GeForce MX130 graphics card include:

1. Driver incompatibility:
Some users have reported issues with driver incompatibilities, particularly when updating to newer driver versions. This may result in performance issues, crashes, or other malfunctions.

2. Overheating:
Because the MX130 is often built into thin and light laptops, overheating problems can occur, especially if the laptop's cooling is inadequate or if the graphics card is under heavy load during demanding tasks such as gaming.

3. Screen flickering or artifacts:
Some users have reported screen flickering or artifacts during operation, which may indicate possible hardware issues or driver incompatibilities.

4. Performance issues in certain applications:
Some users have found that the MX130's performance does not meet expectations in certain applications, particularly demanding 3D applications or games. This could be due to driver issues, optimization issues, or hardware limitations.

5. External Display Compatibility Issues:
There have been reports of compatibility issues when connecting external monitors or displays, particularly if they have a high resolution or refresh rate. This may be due to driver issues or graphics card limitations.

6. Low Power Saving Mode:
Some users have found that the MX130 may not wake up from power saving mode properly or that power saving mode may not work as expected.

It is important to note that not all users experience these issues and that the severity and frequency of problems may vary depending on laptop model, driver version, and individual usage patterns. If you encounter problems, it may help to download and install the latest drivers from the official NVIDIA website or contact the laptop manufacturer for assistance.
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