Smoother images than before
IMG CXM GPUs now support 10-bit RGBA and YUV, delivering an HDR graphical user interface and images with less noticeable banding. More bits per pixel corresponds to improved quality and a more appealing user interface.
GPU of choice for RISC-V
IMG CXM is supported by cutting-edge software that supports the latest API trends, including Vulkan 1.3, and has been optimised for RISC-V as a target application processor. Imagination GPUs are the perfect addition to RISC-V projects and are already shipping on multiple boards available today.
Advanced bandwidth management
TFBCv2 is the new generation of our Tiny Frame Buffer Compression, delivers higher-quality lossy / lossless compression and an additional compression level (37.5%) for improved design flexibility.
AR / VR
High frame rates and engaging immersive experiences across gaming, socialising, exploring and business applications.
Beautiful and responsive graphical user interfaces and advanced AI-enabled features for 4K and beyond screens.
Set top box
Highly efficient content streaming experiences for screens from 1080p to beyond 4K.
Smart home hub
Speakers combined with inbuilt screens transform the home experience by adding a smart way to interact with digital life.
Ultra small, ultra low power screens whose detailed user interfaces still keep up with the touch of a finger.
Full Features & Specs
- 10bits RGBA / YUV for HDR experiences
- Advanced image compression technology
- 4xMSAA for smoother image outlines
- Fully secure GPU virtualisation with HyperLane
- AI Synergy when deployed with an IMG NNA
- A GPU of choice for RISC-V projects
- Vulkan 1.3
- OpenGL ES 3.x/2.0/1.1 + Extensions
- OpenCL 3.0
- Android NN HAL
- Linux Consumer
- Linux X.org
- TFBCv2 (Tiny Frame Buffer Compression)
- 128 FP32 FLOPs/Clock
- 256 FP16 FLOPs/Clock
Pixels per Clock
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