Innosilicon Fantasy II: The Chinese 5nm Graphics Card That Consumes Less Than 15W

Deepak Gupta August 7, 2022
Updated 2022/08/07 at 10:50 AM

Intel has now joined Nvidia and AMD in the graphics card sector and, as they are the most popular names, it is natural that the technology news focuses mainly on the products of these brands.

But we have also talked here about the Chinese manufacturer Innosilicon, which is also dedicated to the development and production of GPUs. The company, which previously launched the Fantasy I model, is now focused on the successor Fantasy II. And according to the recent information revealed in the announcement, this new graphics card will be produced in a 5nm manufacturing process and will consume less than 15W.

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Chinese graphics Fantasy II will consume less than 15W

After the curious Fantasy I (or Fanghua 1) model, the Chinese company Innosilicon has already announced officially the new Fantasy II (or Fenghua II) graphics card. And this model is mainly characterized by having a significantly low energy consumption, which may be less than 15W.

As indicated by the information revealed, this new GPU will then be able to reach 1.5 TFLOPs of power in FP32 and an energy consumption between 4 and 15 watts of energy. In the following tweet you can check out some of the specifications presented about the Innosilicon Fantasy II graphics card.

This GPU is based on Imagination Technologies architecture and produced in a 5nm manufacturing process. Its memory capacity varies, with 2GB, 4GB and 8GB models, with LPDDR4, LPDDR4X, LPDDR5 and LPDDR5X versions with speeds up to 10 Gbps and memory bandwidth up to 102.4 GB/s.

But, in addition to the presentation, some benchmark test results were also revealed, where the Innosilicon Fantasy II achieved a score of 6,500 points. However, it was not revealed which version was used, nor many other details.

Therefore, we can indicate that the performance of this Chinese graphics card is between the Nvidia GTX 1030 (30W), with 7,200 points, and the AMD RX 550 (50W), with 6,700 points.

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