Imagination Technologies A-Series GPU (PowerVR)

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    Do you know if, on paper, this kind of architecture can do well against desktop gpu (granted it would need to be bigger/have more units) ? Or some choices are really power consumption oriented, and would cut the performances too much, even when the same number of units that the competition ?
     
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    Did I miss the Ray Tracing unit?
     
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    Maybe only this roadmap information.
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    If I interpret above roadmap (hints) correctly future architectures (GPU B or later) won't have any dedicated RT unit, but it sounds more like it'll be integrated in the pipeline.

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    Other than that the entire marketing material reminds way too much of NVIDIA, especially that page here: https://www.imgtec.com/graphics-processors/img-a-series-gpu/
     
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