PowerVR SGX535 vs PowerVR SGX530

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

► 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 SGX535PowerVR SGX530
ManufacturerPowerVRPowerVR
PowerVR SGX500 Series
SGX554MP4 compare 32
SGX543MP4 compare 16
SGX543MP3 compare 12
SGX543MP2 compare 8
SGX545 compare 4/2 cores @ 0.53 GHz
SGX544MP2 compare 8/4 cores @ 0.3 - 0.53 GHz
SGX544 compare 4/2 cores @ 0.38 GHz
SGX540 compare 4/2 cores @ 0.2 GHz
SGX535 2/2 cores @ 0.2 GHz
SGX531 compare 2/1 cores
SGX530 2/1 cores
SGX554MP4 compare 32
SGX543MP4 compare 16
SGX543MP3 compare 12
SGX543MP2 compare 8
SGX545 compare 4/2 cores @ 0.53 GHz
SGX544MP2 compare 8/4 cores @ 0.3 - 0.53 GHz
SGX544 compare 4/2 cores @ 0.38 GHz
SGX540 compare 4/2 cores @ 0.2 GHz
SGX535 2/2 cores @ 0.2 GHz
SGX531 compare 2/1 cores
SGX530 2/1 cores
ArchitecturePowerVR SGX5PowerVR SGX5
Cores2 / 2 2 / 1
Core200 MHz
Shared Memorynono
DirectXDirectX 9.0c
Technology45/65 nm
Introduced01.11.2007 01.06.2005

-
-
* Smaller numbers mean a higher performance
1 This benchmark is not used for the average calculation

Add one or more devices and compare

In the following list you can select (and also search for) devices that should be added to the comparison. You can select more than one device.

restrict list:

show all (including archived), 2020, 2019
v1.16
Please share our article, every link counts!
> Notebook / Laptop Reviews and News > Benchmarks / Tech > Graphics Card Comparison - Head 2 Head
Redaktion, 2017-09- 8 (Update: 2017-09-11)