Mali-400 Ultra Low Power GPU

Mali-400 Block Diagram.

About Mali-400

The Arm Mali-400 GPU is one of the world’s most shipped mobile GPUs. This is first Mali GPU offering multi-core implementation, the Mali-400 GPU scales from 1–4 cores and was the world’s first OpenGL ES 2.0 conformant multi core GPU. Focussing on reduced power and bandwidth consumption, the Mali-400 GPU is the GPU of choice for reduced cost devices.

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Specification

 Features  Value Description
Anti-Aliasing
4x AA.
16x AA.
4x Multi-Sampling with virtually no performance drop.
16x AA outperforming all implementations of comparable quality.
API Support
OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0.
Full support for next-generation and legacy 2D/3D graphics applications.
Bus Interface
AMBA AXI.
Compatible with a wide range of bus interconnect and peripheral IP.
L2 Cache
8KB - 256KB.
Configurable L2 cache optimized for graphics data traffic.
Memory System
MMU.
Memory Management Unit.
Multi-core Scaling
1 to 4 cores.
A single IP covering a wide range of markets and price/performance points

Performance Mali-400 (MP1)

Feature Value Description
Frequency 210MHz
500MHz
in 40nm LP
in 28nm HPM
Throughput 23Mtri/s, 210Mpix/s
55Mtri/s, 500Mpix/s
in 40nm LP
in 28nm HPM

Performance Mali-400 (MP4)

Feature Value Description
Frequency 210MHz
500MHz
in 40nm LP
in 28nm HPM
Throughput 23Mtri/s, 840Mpix/s
55Mtri/s, 2.0Gpix/s
in 40nm LP
in 28nm HPM

  • A desktop, a folder, 3D shapes etc.
  • Development Tools for Graphics and Compute Applications

    A range of development tools to assist in the deployment of graphics applications and content on Mali GPU based systems.

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  • A phone, a tablet, game console etc.
  • Mali Developer Center

    An online portal for a growing community of developers, technology partners, software vendors and content companies to create a thriving community around Mali embedded graphics IP.

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Not answered GA Device Manager issue 0 votes 11 views 0 replies Started 5 hours ago by whelement Answer this
Answered Load an image in QVGA format into a ARM Compute Library ICTensor.
  • Arm Compute Library (ACL)
0 votes 433 views 1 replies Latest 2 days ago by Gian Marco Iodice Answer this
Suggested answer Vulkan shader problem on Mali Gpu: Accessing array elements inside an Uniform buffer returns all-zero values
  • Graphics Application
  • Mali Vulkan SDK
  • vulkan sdk
0 votes 502 views 10 replies Latest 5 days ago by Hongkun Wang Answer this
Answered Vulkan function vkCreateDevice() returns error VK_ERROR_FEATURE_NOT_PRESENT (VkResult:-8) on HUAWEI P30
  • Mali Vulkan SDK
0 votes 543 views 7 replies Latest 7 days ago by Peter Harris Answer this
Not answered Problem getting DMABUF EGL image to work as a texture
  • OpenGL ES
  • texture
  • gpu
  • Mali-400
  • Linux
0 votes 74 views 0 replies Started 8 days ago by hcpizzi Answer this
Answered Will Mali support physical virtual gpu 0 votes 222 views 2 replies Latest 12 days ago by Peter Harris Answer this
Not answered GA Device Manager issue Started 5 hours ago by whelement 0 replies 11 views
Answered Load an image in QVGA format into a ARM Compute Library ICTensor. Latest 2 days ago by Gian Marco Iodice 1 replies 433 views
Suggested answer Vulkan shader problem on Mali Gpu: Accessing array elements inside an Uniform buffer returns all-zero values Latest 5 days ago by Hongkun Wang 10 replies 502 views
Answered Vulkan function vkCreateDevice() returns error VK_ERROR_FEATURE_NOT_PRESENT (VkResult:-8) on HUAWEI P30 Latest 7 days ago by Peter Harris 7 replies 543 views
Not answered Problem getting DMABUF EGL image to work as a texture Started 8 days ago by hcpizzi 0 replies 74 views
Answered Will Mali support physical virtual gpu Latest 12 days ago by Peter Harris 2 replies 222 views