Jingjia Micro is certainly not a well-known name in the global hardware industry, but if this Chinese manufacturer’s plans are fully realized – it could become a significant factor, and an alternative to AMD and Nvidia’s graphics card games for games and effects. Advanced Dimensions.
This is not a new company, but so far its only area of expertise has been the production of graphic processors for military purposes. According to her, the knowledge she has gained so far is that she is now able to develop extremely efficient graphics processors, and the last two models of her product, the JM9231 and JM9271, redirect Micro to the Nvidia GTX 1050 and GTX 1080 models.
While the JM9231 is equipped with 8GB of GDDR5 memory, the JM9271 has 16GB of HBM memory and the new PCIe 4.0 interface, which has not yet become standard in gaming graphics cards. This model also delivers up to 8 terp-flops per second, which is equivalent to performance and even bypasses the GTX 1080. Both models are manufactured in a 28-nm process and are expected to hit the market in the next few months.
The company already produces 65 nanometer processors comparable to the GeForce GT 640, but with only 10 watts of energy (compared to Nvidia’s 50 watts). Even if, in the end, its new card performance fails to compete with veteran gaming makers, RedJet Micro has a chance to challenge its exclusive status and offer an interesting (and probably significantly cheaper) alternative to its existing graphics card market.