Along with the MTT S60 and MTT S2000, Chinese manufacturer Moore Threads has introduced the first graphics card with a “Made in China” GPU. The 12 nm GPU itself is based on the MUSA architecture and offers 4,096 shader units and up to 32 GB of graphics memory, which is enough for the League of Legends demo.
First “Made in China” for GPU
like chinese site this house It was the first to report that Chinese GPU maker Moore Threads presented its first two graphics cards with their own graphics processors at an event in Beijing. While the MTT S60 is designed for desktop PCs and workstations, the MTT S2000 was designed for commercial use in servers.
The technical specifications of the two graphics cards are as follows:
*) Not yet officially confirmed!
With a raw performance of 6 TFLOPS, the MTT S60 is roughly on par with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 (tested) from 2016 which achieves about 6.5 TFLOPS. With its 4,096 MUSA cores and 12 TFLOPS, the MTT S2000 offers twice as much raw performance and is intended for use in server environments.
The MUSA architecture supports H.264, H.265 and AV1 encoding and H.264, H.265, AV1, VP8 and VP9 decoding. The so-called “alpha core physics simulation technology”, which is believed to accelerate physics calculations by a factor of 5 to 10, remains exclusive to MTT S2000.
During the presentation, Moore Threads demonstrated League of Legends’ smooth gameplay in 1080p with multiple 3D rendering programs, AI-powered image recognition, Metaverse avatar animations, and some scientific simulation software.
The company Moore Threads itself was launched in October 2020.
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