NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200 vs vs Vivante GC800
NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200► remove
The NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200 / 6250 / 6200 TE is the smallest version of the series 6 with own memory. It offers few own memory and fills the rest with main memory (called TurboCache). The video performance is sufficient only for not demanding or elder games, though many features are supported.
The heat development and the current consumption are low (but higher than with integrated graphics). For gamers too weak and for a office notebook too hungry for energy? In reality GeForce Go 6200 is somewhere between it.
The GeForce Go 6250 is a somewhat higher clocked version of the 6200.
The PureVideo functions enable the 6200 to accelerate the playback of MPEG videos (not in HD). > Comparison Table
Vivante GC800► remove
The Vivante GC800 is an integrated graphics card for ARM based (e.g. Rockchip RK291x) and MIPS based (e.g. Actions ATM701x) SoCs. It offers a single VEC-4 (or in other words four VEC-1) unified shaders and supports OpenGL ES 2.0 (optional ES 3.0), OpenGL 2.0, OpenVG 1.1, DirectX 9_3 (optional) and OpenCL 1.2 (optional). The clock rate can be choosen between 315 and 575 MHz in 40nm designs and up to 800 MHz in 28nm designs.
|NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200||Vivante GC800|
|4 / 3||1 -|
|Core||300 MHz||315 - 575 (Boost) MHz|
|Max. Memory||32 MB|
|DirectX||DirectX 9c, 3.0|
|Technology||110 nm||40/28 nm|
|Features||UltraShadow II, Intellisample 3.0, PowerMizer 5.0, OpenGL 2|
|110nm, 146 Millionen Transistoren, PCI-E|