Fantasy No.2 coming August 3rd
A Chinese company is set to announce an even more powerful GPU.
In November last year, Innosilicon introduced domestic made Fantasy No.1 GPU series. Those were designed for various applications, including businesses, workstations, gaming, laptops or even virtual reality. Unfortunately, since the public demo was made, we have not heard anything about these GPUs, in fact, one cannot even find a review of the Fantasy No.1 series.
The Fantasy No.1 series included as many as four different designs. The most important ones were A-Type with up to 5 TFLOPs of performance and B-Type, equipped with two GPUs and twice the compute power.
It looks like Innosilicon will soon be revealing a successor to the series. The company announced an August 3rd briefing covering the new series known as Fantasy Number 2.
The Fantasy One series is capable of supporting up to 32 users simultaneously for cloud based systems. These cards equipped with up to 16GB of GDDR6X memory, and they support all major graphics APIs, such as DirectX 11/12.
It is worth reminding that Innosilicon’s aim for the Number 1 series was to deliver similar compute performance to GeForce RTX 3060, however the company failed short to deliver any comparison that would match this gaming GPU from NVIDIA.
Innosilicon GPUs are based on Imagination’s IMG BXT architecture and their primary goal was to deliver high-performance for cloud computing
|Innosilicon Fantasy GPUs|
|VideoCardz.com||Type A||Type B|
|Number of GPUs||1||2|
|FP32 Performance||5 FP32 TFLOPS||10 FP32 TFLOPS|
|INT8 Performance||25 TOPS||50 TOPS|
|Pixel Rate||160 GPixel/s||320 GPixel/s|
|Video Decoding||4x4Kp60, 16x1080p60, 32x720p30||8x4Kp60, 32x1080p60, 64x720p30|
|Number of users||16 1080p users||32 1080p users|
|Display Connectors||HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4, VGA|
|API Support||OpenGL 4.0, Open GL ES 3.2, Vulkan 1.2, DirectX 11/12|