Chinese company Innosilicon will present a new generation of its video cards on 3 August

Chinese company Innosilicon will present a new generation of its video cards on 3 August

The Chinese company Innosilicon is going to present next month the second generation of graphic boosters for its own development, Fantasy No. 2, which will replace the current series of Fantasy No. 1 videos presented last year.

In November last year, Innosilicon introduced desktop graphic boosters for the Fantasy No. 1 series of its own development. Video maps were divided into two model series, Type A and Type B, and were positioned for various business tasks, workstations, gamemaking and virtual reality. Unfortunately, the video cards were not shown any further. In any case, for the general public, the Chinese segment of the Internet still has no view of these accelerators.

===Fantasy No. 1====Fantasy No. 1 series consists of four video cards: according to a Chinese company, Type-A models produce up to 5 Tflops. Some Type-B models in turn are equipped with two graphic processors combined with the Innolink tyre. The manufacturer states that these solutions produce double the productivity of 10 Tflops. However, support for distributed Rendering, as in the NVIDIA SLI or AMD CrossFire technology, has not reported anything to the Type-B accelerators by Innosilcon. Without it, it is essentially two video cards on the same price, and the result will be only in computations, but not in games or branding.

The upcoming series of Fantasy No. 2, which will be released on 3 August, is not known. For the video map of the relevant generation, up to 32 video streams with a resolution of 1080p and a frequency of 60 frames per second or up to 64 video streams in the resolution of 720p with 30 frames per second are being supported. The maps are ready to offer up to 16 Gbytes of GDDR6 memory for their own development and support graphical API DirectX 11th and 12th versions.

The Innosilicon graphic processors are built using the IMG BXT architecture of the British company Imagination Technologies.