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    Imagination Power VR Furian is "a massive step" for mobile GPUs

    The company's last major GPU architecture revision was in 2010.
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    Re: Imagination Power VR Furian is "a massive step" for mobile GPUs

    Finally Imagination is't stuck in time...

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    Re: Imagination Power VR Furian is "a massive step" for mobile GPUs

    Honestly Imagination are superior products over Adreno, Adreno has problems with implementation adn drivers and thermal throtling. Even if the 7 series didnt had all those features like Adreno but at least they kept the performance in stress testing and not losing 40% of performance in the first 20-30 mins.

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    Re: Imagination Power VR Furian is "a massive step" for mobile GPUs

    My first 3D accelerator was a PowerVR, seems odd to see their name appearing in the mobile market recently.
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    Re: Imagination Power VR Furian is "a massive step" for mobile GPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    My first 3D accelerator was a PowerVR, seems odd to see their name appearing in the mobile market recently.
    Miss my Kyro II... but been in the mobile space for a while now.

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