Jiangjia Micro (Chinese built GPUs)

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  1. Kaotik

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    Noticed a bit on Tom's today about Jiangjia Micro, which supposedly has under it's belt the first "homegrown" chinese GPU and today has replaced ATI/AMD chips in chinese military aircraft.
    According to the piece, they're also starting to market their GPUs towards the public, with one of their future GPU promising PCIe4, 8 TFLOPS and 200W TDP.
    On the API side at least at the moment the chips are supposed to support OpenGL 4.5 and OpenCL 2.0, so they need to add DirectX and Vulkan support at least if they plan to make it on commercial markets.

    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/j...-4.0-16gb-hbm-gtx-1080-performance,40217.html
     
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    Their current offering (JM7200) is rivalling the mighty Geforce GT 640 and built on 28 nm with a ~10 watt TDP.
     
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    Imagine what they'll do on 7nm!
     
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