In China, they released integrated graphics for the processor – it is at the level of solutions in 2005
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In China, they released integrated graphics for the processor – it is at the level of solutions in 2005

Loongson, a Chinese company, has created a new chipset that includes an integrated graphics processor. This will enable you to build PCs without the need for discrete graphics cards. Although this iGPU is not as powerful as the AMD and Intel solutions, it’s comparable to graphics chips from 2004-2005. However, it supports OpenGL 2.1 / OpenGL ES 2. The iGPU is capable of displaying video on two displays at 1920x1080x60Hz and 2560x1440x30Hz.

The graphics chip is not compatible with basic DirectX functions. This makes it incompatible even for Windows 7. The 7A2000 chipset was designed for Loongson 3 series processors. These processors use LoongArch architecture and require an operating system that supports it. These are currently local versions of Linux.

Among the other features of 7A2000 chipset are support for PCIe 3.0 and SATA 3 (at six Gb / s), USB3.0, Gigabit Ethernet. UART, and even GPIO. This chipset is a significant upgrade to the 7A1000 model in many ways. The PCIe bandwidth was increased by 2.4x and SATA read/write speed by 82/97%, respectively.

Loongson points out that motherboards have been prepared by several manufacturers based on this chipset.

It was previously reported that the power of the 16-core Chinese processor Zhaoxin KH-4000 is similar to the Epyc 7601.

 

In China, they released integrated graphics for the processor – it is at the level of solutions in 2005
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