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Arm CoreLink System Guidance for Mobile is a collection of resources to provide a representative view of typical compute subsystems that can be designed and implemented using specific generations of Arm IP. These compute subsystems address the expected requirements of a specific segment of the mobile market.

The System Guidance for Mobile product line includes:

Premium Mobile system guidance

Mainstream Mobile system guidance

CoreLink SGM-775 System Guidance for Mobile

CoreLink SGM-575 System Guidance for Mobile

CoreLink SGM-773 System Guidance for Mobile

CoreLink SGM-573 System Guidance for Mobile

 CoreLink SGM-772 System Guidance for Mobile

 


CoreLink SGM-775 System Guidance for Mobile

SGM-775 is the collection of resources to guide partners looking to design a Premium Mobile SoC, using Cortex-A75 and Cortex-A55 in a big.LITTLE combination, with the Mali-G72 graphics processor.

Performance KPIs:

  • DDR Bandwidth: 30 GB/s
  • Target Manhattan 1080p performance 58 fps

Power

  • 3-5W Thermal Limit

Area

  • <75 mm2

Library

Representative 16/14nm process

CoreLink SGM-575 System Guidance for Mobile

SGM-575 is the collection of resources to guide partners looking to design a Mainstream Mobile SoC, using Cortex-A75, Cortex-A55 in a big.LITTLE combination, with the Mali-G51 graphics processor.

Performance KPIs:

  • DDR Bandwidth: 12.8 GB/s
  • Target Manhattan 1080p performance 13 fps

Power

  • 3W Thermal Limit

Area

  • <30 mm2

Library

  • Representative 16/14nm process

CoreLink SGM-773 System Guidance for Mobile

SGM-773 is the collection of resources to guide partners looking to design a Premium Mobile SoC, using Cortex-A73 and Cortex-A53 in a big.Little combination, with the Mali-G71 graphics processor.

Performance KPIs:

  • DDR Bandwidth: 25 GB/s
  • Target Manhattan 1080p performance 58 fps (MP12)

Power

  • 4W Thermal Limit

Area

  • <70 mm2
  • Area primarily relates to GPU shader core counts and configurable options

Library

  • Representative 16/14nm process

 



CoreLink SGM-772 System Guidance for Mobile

SGM-772 is the collection of resources to guide partners looking to design a Premium Mobile SoC, using Cortex-A72 and Cortex-A53 in a big.Little combination, with the Mali-T880 graphics processor.

Performance KPIs

  • DDR Bandwidth: 25-34 GB/s
  • Target Manhattan 1080p performance for MP8 28FPS

Power

  • 4W SoC thermal limit

Area

  • 44 mm2
  • Area primarily relates to GPU shader core counts and configurable options

Library 

  • Representative 16/14nm process

 

 



CoreLink SGM-573 System Guidance for Mobile

SGM-573 is the collection of resources to guide partners looking to design a Mainstream Mobile SoC, using Cortex-A73 and Cortex-A53 in a big.Little combination, with a Mali graphics processor.

Performance KPIs

  • DDR Bandwidth: 15 GB/s
  • Target Manhattan 1080p performance 11.5 fps 

Power

  • 3W thermal limit

Area

  • <55 mm2
  • Area primarily relates to GPU shader core counts and configurable options

Library

  • Representative 28nm process

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