Top 5 Mobile Graphics Chips
nvidia geforce gtx 980mx
Nvidia is planning to release the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980MX and GTX 970MX mobile graphics chips soon. Both are based on the Maxwell architecture and are supposed to have more shader processors than their predecessors. The new chips will be the last of the Maxwell line to be produced on a 28nm process. Both chips are expected to be fast and powerful enough to handle even the most demanding games.
NVIDIA first began selling the GeForce GTX 980MX graphics chip in June 2016. The new chip has 8GB of GDDR5 memory with a 256-bit memory interface. The chip is also similar to the GTX 980, with the same core count, L2 cache, and clock speed. The newest model should have a lower power draw than the GTX 980.
A14 Bionic’s GPU
The Apple A14 Bionic is a 64-bit ARMv8.5-A system-on-chip. It’s used in a variety of Apple products, including the fourth generation iPad Air, the tenth generation iPad, and the new iPhones 12 Pro, Mini, and XR. In this article, we’ll examine the GPU of the A14 Bionic, as well as how it relates to the processor’s graphics performance.
The Apple A14 Bionic has a more powerful GPU than the previous models. The new chip is said to have a GPU with up to five cores. The GPU in the iPad mini (6th generation) and iPhone 13 Pro has four cores. The A15 Bionic-powered iPhone 13 Pro Max scored 1734 points in a single-core test, and 4818 in a multi-core test. The A14 Bionic-powered iPhone 12 Pro Max achieved 1606 points in single-core tests and 4056 points in a multi-core test.
The Adreno 660 mobile graphics chip is a powerful GPU. It’s designed to deliver a high level of visual performance with minimal power consumption. Its powerful Mali-G78 GPU delivers up to 1 TFLOPS while consuming a mere nine watts of power on average. It also supports OpenGL ES 3.2 and OpenCL 2.0. The GPU’s 24 cores support a full set of modern graphics APIs. It is also designed to support HDR display.
The Adreno 660 is a high-end mobile GPU, and is the successor of the Qualcomm Adreno 650. It uses 7 nm technology to produce high-quality graphics. It supports OpenGL ES 3.2, OpenCL 2.0, Vulkan 1.1, and DirectX 12. It also offers improved energy efficiency. Compared to other mobile GPUs, it delivers an average of 35% more performance.
A13 Bionic’s GPU
The Apple A13 Bionic comes with a 6-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. It also has a graphics processing unit (GPU) similar to the Adreno 650 used in previous Apple products. NanoReview has run comprehensive tests on the A13 Bionic’s GPU. The results on AnTuTu are not directly comparable with NanoReview’s scores.
The A13 Bionic SoC is fabbed on TSMC’s new 7nm EUV process, resulting in a lower power consumption and higher GPU performance. Apple says the new chip can perform two times the texture filtering and parallel rendering as the A12’s GPU.
The A14 Bionic has a Qualcomm Adreno 660 GPU. Its GPU is more powerful than the A12’s GPU, and is 10% faster. The Apple A12 Bionic, by comparison, has an ARM mlj processor and PowerVR graphics processing unit.
The ARM Mali-G78 MP24 mobile graphics processor is an absolute powerhouse in performance. It can theoretically compete with Qualcomm’s Adreno 660 and is capable of delivering some of the highest graphics performance. But there’s one drawback: this chip is an absolute power hog. It has been shown to drain the battery of devices it powers, and in the case of the Huawei Mate 40, this is a very big downside.
The Mali-G78 is an iterative update to the Mali microarchitecture. It improves the balance and scalability of the design. It also features a redesigned FMA unit, which results in a higher number of processing units. The Mali-G78 can support up to 24 cores, up from 16 in the previous Mali-G77. Compared to the Mali-G77, this is an improvement of 10%. It also increases ML performance by 15%.