Jingjia Micro, brief for Changsha Jingjia Microelectronics has allegedly commenced pre-researching the corporate’s next-gen GPU that it claims will be as quick as an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080.
Formally established in 2006, Jingjia Micro is a Chinese army-civilian built-in firm that specializes in electronic part design and production. The agency has started racking up accolades, such as producing the JM5400, China’s first domestic GPU. The JM5400 is constructed on a rather primitive 65nm manufacturing process. Nevertheless, it later changed many archaic ATI M9, M54, M72 and M96 GPUs typically used in Chinese military planes. After the JM5400’s success, Jingjia Micro transitioned from the 65nm node to the 28nm node and added the JM7000 and JM7200 GPUs to its armory.
The business has been booming for Jingjia Micro. The China-based group turned in its first half 2019 outcomes yesterday where it posted a revenue of 257 million yuan ($36 million), which represents a substantial year-on-year rise of 34.54%. Jingjia Micro’s robust suits are graphics display screen and control products and small specialized radars.
Nevertheless, Jingjia Micro’s starvation cannot be satisfied and has already begun to market its GPUs outside the decided military market. The JM7200 is the agency’s most updated GPU. It is timed at 1,200 MHz and comes with 4GB of DDR3 memory. The Chinese firm is at present, receiving orders for its JM7200 GPU and has gone back to the drafting board to plan its innovative next-gen GPUs.
At the moment, the planned JM9231 and JM9271 GPUs might be only for the military. This is apparent since both GPUs lack support for the DirectX 12 and Vulkan APIs. If Jingjia Micro desires to steal a piece of Nvidia and AMD’s cake, the Chinese GPU manufacturer should incorporate both options to have a real gaming graphics card.