PowerVR SGX530 vs PowerVR SGX543MP4 vs PowerVR SGX535
PowerVR SGX530 ► remove
The PowerVR SGX530 is an integrated graphics card that can be found in mostly ARM based SoCs for tablets and smartphones. It offers 2 pixel and 1 vertex shaders that are usually clocked at 200 MHz. The GPU supports OpenGL ES 2.0 and was announced in July of 2005.
PowerVR SGX543MP4 ► remove
The PowerVR SGX543MP4 (series 5XT) is an integrated graphics card for ARM based SoCs. It is e.g. used in the Apple A5X and offers 16 unified shader cores that support OpenGL ES 2.0.
PowerVR SGX535 ► remove
The PowerVR SGX535 is an integrated graphics card that can be found in mostly ARM based SoCs for tablets and smartphones. It offers 2 pixel and 2 vertex shaders that are usually clocked at 200 MHz. The GPU supports OpenGL ES 2.0, DirectX 9.0c and OpenGL 2.1 and was announced in November of 2007. It was used e.g. in the Apple iPad 1 and by Intel as GMA 500.
|PowerVR SGX530||PowerVR SGX543MP4||PowerVR SGX535|
|PowerVR SGX500 Series|
|Architecture||PowerVR SGX5||PowerVR SGX5||PowerVR SGX5|
|2 / 1 ||16 - ||2 / 2 |
|Introduced||01.06.2005 ||16.03.2009 ||01.11.2007 |
|DirectX||DirectX 10.1, 4.1||DirectX 9.0c|
|Technology||40 nm||45/65 nm|
|Features||OpenGL ES 2.0|
3DMark - Ice Storm Extreme Graphics 1920x1080
2713 Points (0%)
3DMark - Ice Storm Standard Graphics 1280x720
4754 Points (1%)
GLBenchmark 2.5 - Egypt HD Offscreen Fixed Time 1920x1080
22 fps (4%)