A Weibo user has shared some interesting photographs of a domestic gaming PC that’s being cooked up in China. The grand novelty is that the machine isn’t using an Intel or AMD processor, but an Arm-powered chip, more specifically the Phytium FT-2000/4. The China Electronics Corporation (CEC) is behind the labeled PKS gaming PC. You might not have heard of the company before, but the Chinese fabless chipmaker Phytium should ring a bell. That’s because the CEC is the parent company of Phytium. Now that the connection is made, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the PKS would leverage one of Phytium’s FeiTeng 64-bit ARMv8-based processors. The FT-2000/4 is an FCBGA processor with 1,144 pins that measure 35 x 35mm. TSMC produces the FT-2000/4 for Phytium on the foundry’s 16nm process node. The FT-2000/4 wields four FTC663 processing cores, which run at three different clock speeds: 2.2 GHz, 2.6 GHz, and 3 GHz. The quad-core part also comes equipped with 4MB of L2 cache (split into 2MB per two cores) and 4MB of L3 cache. According to Phytium, the FT-2000/4 has a typical power consumption of a mere 10W. The FT-2000/4 processor supports dual-channel DDR4-3200 memory and delivers up… Read full this story
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