ARM Shows Off New Side-By-Side Comparison Of OpenGL ES & Vulkan
Written by Michael Larabel in Vulkan on 20 October 2016 at 10:12 AM EDT. 4 Comments
VULKAN --
ARM has posted a new video showing off the side-by-side performance of OpenGL ES and Vulkan graphics APIs on ARM hardware.

Of course, in their demo it shows the Vulkan version of their demo having much lower CPU utilization and that translating into power-savings. The results aren't too surprising for optimized Vulkan drivers and is much of what Vulkan is all about. It's similar to the demos we've been seeing on various hardware for months, unless you are new to the scene and Vulkan. Anyhow, those wanting to watch more Vulkan goodness can watch the ARM video embedded below.

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