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The PowerVR SGX Series5 Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) core family is a series of highly efficient graphics IP cores that meet the multimedia requirements of
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For the past weeks we’ve been tweeting about the SIGGRAPH conference, one of the most important forums for computer graphics research. We will be showing
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