PowerVR GT7600 @ 650 MHz is a high-end GPU designed for mobile chips which are used in tablets and smartphones, GPU release year 2015. The GPU manufactured using 16 nm process technology. PowerVR GT7600 has 148 ALUs operating at 650 MHz and is working with graphical data, or simply put the GPU helps games pleasing to the eye and look good and more beautiful, for example Fortnite, PUBG, Minecraft, GTA, Madout2, Asphalt 9, Call of Duty and many others. To understand PowerVR GT7600 @ 650 MHz GPU is bad or good from benchmark results and comparisons with other graphics processing units.
DirectX 11, OpenGL ES 3.2, OpenVG 1.2, Android NN HAL, OpenGL 3.2, Vulkan 1.0, OpenCL 1.2
Hardware virtualization: Up to eight operating systems Virtual Memory PVRIC Frame Buffer Compression: Lossless image compression – PowerVR’s frame buffer compression and decompression (FBCDC) algorithm Texture Compression: ETC, ETC2, ASTC, PVRTC Beyond TrustZone PVRGC Geometry Compression: Lossless data compression – PowerVR’s geometry compression, which is performed in the Geometry Processing phase of the 3D graphics workload Bus interface ACE-LITE