ARM intros new Cortex-A75, Cortex-A55 and Mali-G72

ARM intros new Cortex-A75, Cortex-A55 and Mali-G72

British company ARM has just announced two new CPUs and a GPU as successors to some of their current lineup. The Cortex-A75 will succeed the A73 while the new Cortex-A55 follows the A53. Meanwhile, there will also be a new Mali-G72 GPU.

First and foremost, these two new CPUs are based on ARM’s new DynamIQ technology and are the pioneers for its class. This tech is made with a core responsibility of performing artificial intelligence and machine learning tasks right at the device and without the need to tap into the cloud. There are a lot more benefits from this setup which you can all read from their website.

Meanwhile, the new Cortex-A75 is designed for notebooks and offers to the table better performance as much as 22% over the A73 when used with the same frequencies. It’s also been reported that the A75 is more efficient and is able to run at a higher clock speed with no increase in power consumption. Apart from having 33% higher FP and NEON performance and 16% higher memory throughput, the new CPU also got better scores for Octane and Geekbench during benchmark testing.


The mid-tier A55, on the other hand, is said to be the highest performance midrange CPU from the company. It boasts 2x more memory streaming performance and 18% higher single threaded performance than its predecessor. Again, Octane and Geekbench tests yielded better results than the previous iteration.

Finally, the Mali-G72 GPU succeeds the G71 and is built on the same Bifrost architecture. It promises 40% increase in performance, 25% higher energy efficiency, 20% better performance desnity, and 17% better machine learning efficiency.

Consumers may expect to see these new offerings towards the end of 2017.

{Source: ARM}

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