The First Ultra-Efficient Multi-Core Mali GPU
The first-ever Mali GPU offering multi-core implementation, the Mali-400 GPU scales from one to four cores and was the world’s first OpenGL ES 2.0 conformant multi-core GPU. Focusing on reduced power and bandwidth consumption, the Mali-400 GPU remains the GPU of choice for reduced cost devices.
Arm Mali ultra-efficient GPUs, including the Mali-400, are optimized to provide high-quality graphics within an extremely low power budget for extended device battery life. Mali ultra-efficient GPUs are designed to satisfy the stringent power requirements of wearable and IoT devices.
For products that require enhanced battery life, such as entry-level smartphones, Mali-400 balances performance with a low power budget.
The Arm Mali-G31 GPU is the very first ultra-efficient GPU based on the innovative Bifrost architecture. With significant energy and area savings compared to the next level of device, plus support for the very latest APIs, Mali-G31 is the GPU of choice for cost-constrained devices.
The Arm Mali-450 is the second Arm Mali ultra-low power GPU built on the Utgard architecture. It introduces double the scalability of the very popular Mali-400 GPU to address a broader range of performance points and use cases.
The Mali-470 is the first GPU designed specifically for the power-sensitive requirements of wearable and IoT devices. It delivers superior energy efficiency across one to four core implementations, reducing the cost of both implementation and operation.
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