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It seems we’re a step closer to system-on-chips containing a mix of RISC-V CPU cores and a mainstream GPU powering Linux devices and the like.

Imagination Technologies’ BXE-2-32 entry-to-mid-level GPU has been tested and validated to work with RISC-V-compatible CPU cores – and licensed to several companies building RISC-V chips, including RIOS Lab, SiFive, and Yadro, the biz told The Register.

That means we could soon see devices featuring system-on-chips that bring together RISC-V CPU cores and Imagination’s graphics-rendering tech.

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