Friday, November 19th 2021

Chinese Innosilicon Fenghua No.1 Graphics Card Supports PCIe 4.0, HDMI 2.1, GDDR6X, & DirectX

Chinese company Innosilicon Technology has recently announced their Fenghua No.1 high-performance server graphics card. The card features a dual-fan cooling design with HDMI 2.1 and Embedded DisplayPort 1.4 video connectors. The card will utilize a PCIe 4.0 connector and features GDDR6X memory developed by Innosilicon Technology with potential speeds of 21 Gbps. We have seen announcements from Chinese companies with similar products in the past but this recent announcement is the first to include support for a variety of graphics APIs including DirectX. The press release from the company didn't specify the DirectX version supported but also noted that the card will support OpenGL, OpenGLES, OpenCL, and Vulkan which will enable VR, AR, and AI applications.
Source: Innosilicon
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19 Comments on Chinese Innosilicon Fenghua No.1 Graphics Card Supports PCIe 4.0, HDMI 2.1, GDDR6X, & DirectX

#1
Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
So, like, a modern GPU but no specs or details minus generic knockoff/scammy stuff.
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#2
DrCR
Would 1050 Ti level performance (hardware wise, not considering drivers, etc.) be too optimistic?
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#3
LTUGamer
DrCRWould 1050 Ti level performance (hardware wise, not considering drivers, etc.) be too optimistic?
If someone will offer GTX 1050 Ti performance for a reasonable price, that would be good enough
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#4
cellar door
Doubtful to be honest - is this article is to be believed, they developed their own GDDR6X as well?!?! Really...
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#6
Arcdar
W1zzardDear Fenghua, if you read this, contact me at w1zzard@techpowerup.com, happy to add support for your devices in GPU-Z
and by that also get the specs for another article and maybe even an engineering sample for testing?

I know why I like you, w1zz :D ;) --- but you should ask InnoSilicone - not Fenghua :D
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#8
sepheronx
W1zzardDear Fenghua, if you read this, contact me at w1zzard@techpowerup.com, happy to add support for your devices in GPU-Z
add to that, I would also like to obtain on of these cards.
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#10
Bubster
More competition is a very welcome thing for us enthusiasts and consumers in light of this ridiculous GPU situation in the last year. 3 cheers to Fenghua and (Intel for the gpu and the 12 gen) for helping making a decent GPU purchase less costly.
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#12
pcminirace
Imagine an rx 580 at $ 200 ... No, it would be too nice
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#13
Punkenjoy
pcminiraceImagine an rx 580 at $ 200 ... No, it would be too nice
and sad, that is the price after mail in rebate i got my rx580 8GB in 2018 in CAD...
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#14
loracle706
We really need another gpu mark, even if its a Chinese one, fed up with those expensive cards and lack.
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#16
r9
W1zzardDear Fenghua, if you read this, contact me at w1zzard@techpowerup.com, happy to add support for your devices in GPU-Z
What Wizz is trying to say is please let him know which card design you've stolen so the GPUz can identify it more easily.
If I had to guess it's probably another 750ti. lol
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#17
pantherx12
With an extruded heatsink like that this thing won't draw over 75w I suspect.

Maybe 100w but they can save on PCB engineering if they don't need external power as well.
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#18
Soupsammich
21 Gbps per..... Pin? That's what I would assume normally but.... I don't know here.... Half the time I see channels order these amazing deals from Chinese manufacturers they are not what was advertised, physically look nothing like what was advertised, and it's something absurd like somehow 21 gbps per stack.

Incredulity aside, innosilicons gddr6 is 16gbps per pin, it's gddr6x is 21 Gbps per pin, and it's website looks a lot more legitimate than any of the other super deal Chinese manufacturers I have seen. Mostly on behalf of actually having one.

www.innosilicon.com/html/ip-solution/14.html
(Link that doesn't scare Google)
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