then nothing will work .... why samsung want to make gpu and inhouse processor ..... that csn't even run simple apps and games ..... plz provide snapdragon ..... or available both variant globally ....
ChronoRad, 19 Jun 2018They can't do that unless they pay Nvidia a license fee, Intel had to pay 1 billion for just b... moreOne does not have to pay Nvidia to use the CUDA platform and APIs. It's a Freeware model. Though I am not aware of anyone other than Nvidia using their platform, technically any OEM can create a CUDA enabled GPU for General Purpose Processing.
I don't consider 2018 to be a good year for the Samsung SoCs. The (in)famous Ananadtech article has pointed out numerous flaws in the 9810's architecture, as have generic speed tests that Youtube is overflowing with. The E7885 is also pretty weak compared to the S660 that it was supposed to compete against. If you look back, the E7420 that was used in Galaxy S6 and in 2016 in Galaxy A8 is decidedly stronger than what is used in this year's Galaxy A8. Food for thought I say, but most customers won't know these facts.
Samsung needs to get their CPUs right before anything else.
Freesync on phone sounds good. AMD also has tons of experience with custom gpu and licensing. Nvidia gpu is too much depending on software update and it's technology infested by premium cost, they also tried and utterly failed with tegra
r33fd, 18 Jun 2018Please bring cuda cores ! Cuda cores are awesome :D it doesn't work that way.
r33fd, 18 Jun 2018Please bring cuda cores ! Cuda cores are awesome :D They can't do that unless they pay Nvidia a license fee, Intel had to pay 1 billion for just basic graphics patents from Nvidia I don't wanna think how much Cuda tech might cost.
They actually already had their own in house GPU almost a decade ago. It was called FIMG-3DSE and was used in their first Android devices, the latter was a a fixed function design which supported OpenGL ES 1.1 and a few 2.0 features. I wonder they didn't further develop it further like Qualcomm did with Imageon.
ZolaIII, 19 Jun 20184th Generation of Mongoose cores outperform the A75 because they are much wider and have Mamut... moreMaybe less efficient, but some people just want the mongoose's raw power and can't bother about efficiency, like those who buy sportcars for city driving.
I think Samsung just wants people with experience with amd and other gpu chips to give them initial leap, then they might mod the gpu cores to their liking: more power, even less efficiency ;)
r33fd, 18 Jun 2018Please bring cuda cores ! Cuda cores are awesome :D Why would you want CUDA cores? Just cuz it's Nvidia?
Good news! Every Mali gpu chipsets sucks on heavy graphic games and emulators.
Walter C. Dornez, 19 Jun 2018What are Cuda cores?Cuda cores is a brand of nvidia gpu architecture. It can easily manipulate the gpu hardware(power AND efficiency) on instruction-level architecture, which makes it flexible. Sadly, it was only implemented on a tablet(192 CUDA cores from nvidia shield tablet) as its thermal design (TDP) cannot be put in a lower TDP smartphones.
r33fd, 18 Jun 2018Please bring cuda cores ! Cuda cores are awesome :D What are Cuda cores?
ZolaIII, 19 Jun 20184th Generation of Mongoose cores outperform the A75 because they are much wider and have Mamut... moreOh but high efficiency,low power GPUs are quite a lucrative market, with GPGPU, mobile phones and Windows on ARM ( if MS opens it to more than SD chips), not to mention infotainment systems and many appliances which requires the lowest power consumption possible yet processing power
ProJames, 18 Jun 2018Not the first gen. They'll aim at increased efficiency for better battery (I mean why would yo... more4th Generation of Mongoose cores outperform the A75 because they are much wider and have Mamuth sized TBL cache but are much less efficient on mm² base in comparation to the A75 referent design. For GPU's scaling is easy while achieving performance per mm² is a key. QC Adrenos are in their core still based on mobile ATI design that QC practically bought for a laughably small amount of money and which is up to date most efficient GPU architecture. ARM is pushing it's Mali's with it's per year new gen announcements for last three years and yet in the best case they will need at least two more generations to catch up with Adrenos. Now think again how much time & resources would Samsung need to develop competitive one from the scratch & yet even more for class leading one. Truth is Samsung have both, resources and money but question is is it worth it and will it pay off. I am certain there are many areas Samsung could earn more money by investing in & lot less risk for them.
LG Superfan, 18 Jun 2018Let's see if it can outperform AdrenoNot the first gen. They'll aim at increased efficiency for better battery (I mean why would you improve performance of low-end phones? They still milk the heck out of the E7870).
But seeing what they did to Mongoose cores, it will outperform Adreno
Geric.770, 18 Jun 2018Oh. Well good for you Samsung. They've finally decided to scrape Mali GPUs! I hope it stacks ... moreHope so. But I don’t think so Samsung going to get ride of Mali GPU soon hope they’ll make fast same as Apple.
LG Superfan, 18 Jun 2018Let's see if it can outperform AdrenoAdreno in paper it’s the best but in real life throttling in heavy nothing special about it.