Chinese graphics card Fenghua No.1 certified for Tongxin UOS

Xindong Technology's Fenghua No.1 discrete graphics card has been certified for compatibility with the Chinese hardware-oriented operating system (OS) Tongxin UOS, the Chinese IT and digital products portal IT Home reported March 25.

The graphics card was introduced in November 2021. It was the first Chinese-designed graphics card for personal computers to support 4K resolution and is verified to be compatible with Tongxin UOS.

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Passing certification is important because Tongxin UOS has become the standard OS for computers based on Chinese components. Compatibility gives the manufacturer a gateway to the market of such computers.

 The graphics card is based on a graphics processing unit (GPU) based on China's Innosilicon Technology's PowerVR architecture. The GPU is made according to the 12 nm technological process. The device can be equipped with GDDR6 or GDDR6X video memory with bandwidth of 19 Gbit/s and capacity of 4, 8 or 16 GB.

The PCI-E 4.0 interface is supported. You can connect your monitor via HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4 and DVI interfaces. It is compatible with Vulkan, OpenGL, OpenGL ES and OpenCL APIs. Operation of several video cards in one computer is possible.


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