Moore Thread Guochao game graphics card MTT S80 high-definition picture announced

The official website of Moore Thread has now launched the introduction page of the newly released Guochao game graphics card MTT S80. The graphics card will be listed on November 11, but the price has not been announced.

The MTT S80 gaming graphics card is equipped with a complete "Chunxiao" chip core, built-in 4096 MUSA stream processing cores, equipped with 16GB GDDR6 high-speed video memory, and can provide 14.4TFLOPS of single-precision floating-point memory at a main frequency of 1.8GHz. Counting power.

According to the official introduction, MTT S80 is the first graphics card product in China that supports the Windows environment and DirectX graphics interface; at the same time, it also provides support for mainstream graphics interfaces such as Vulkan, OpenGL, and OpenGL ES. This means that the MTT S80 can meet the gaming needs of the player base. Through the research on the driver level, the Windows driver of MTT S80 has a built-in MUSA DirectX Driver module, and has completed the adaptation of dozens of mainstream games such as "Diablo 3", "League of Legends" and "Cross Fire".

The MTT S80 is the industry's first graphics card equipped with a PCIe Gen5 interface, and can achieve backward compatibility of the interface; the graphics card interface specification is PCIe 5.0 x16, with a bidirectional 128GB/s data transmission capability. The high bandwidth provided by PCIe 5.0 further eliminates the communication bottleneck between the GPU and the system. In practical applications, the PCIe 5.0 x16 bus can greatly reduce the loading time of vertices, materials, and other data required for GPU operations, reducing the occurrence of stuttering to create a better experience for applications such as games.

Interfaces: The MTT S80 graphics card is equipped with 3 DisplayPort 1.4a interfaces and 1 HDMI 2.1 interface, supports 1080P 360Hz pictures, and can output 4 channels of 7680*4320 @ 30Hz 8K UHD pictures at the same time.

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