ARM Announces the Mali-G71 Graphics Processor, Cortex-A73
Written by Michael Larabel in Arm on 30 May 2016 at 08:27 AM EDT. 2 Comments
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Expect many hardware announcements this week for Computex. ARM Holdings this morning lifted the lid on their Cortex-A73 and Mali-G71.

The Mali-G71 graphics processor is said to be 50% faster for graphics performance, 20% more power efficiency, and 40% more performance per mm2. The Mali-G71 will offer up to 32 shader cores , built on their "Bifrost" GPU architecture, and is optimized for Vulkan and VR.

The Cortex-A73 meanwhile is what ARM says is their smallest and most efficient 'big' ARMv8-A core with 30% uplift in sustained performance and power efficiency over the A72. The A73 comes in at under 0.65mm2 per core in size.

More details on the Mali-G71 graphics processor and Cortex-A73 cores via ARM.com.

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