ARM Notebooks Get More Powerful With New Cortex-A78C Cores


Last updated on May 2nd, 2023 at 08:12 pm

ARM Notebooks Get More Powerful With New Cortex-A78C Cores

ARM has unveiled the Cortex-A78C computing cores, which will power processors for notebook computers, hybrid devices, and game consoles.


In May of this year, we recall, debuted ARM Cortex-A78 cores, focused on chips for smartphones. They show an approximately 20 percent performance improvement over the Cortex-A77.

ARM later announced the Cortex-A78AE cores designed for the automotive industry and all kinds of embedded applications. And now the readiness of the Cortex-A78C cores is reported.

The solution is based on the Armv8-A (Harvard) architecture. The Cortex-A78C cores can be clustered in eight, providing excellent scalability to achieve the required performance.

For the Cortex-A78C, it is possible to use from 32 to 64 KB of the first cache and from 256 to 512 KB of the second cache. The cache size of the third level can be up to 8 MB.

Among other things, Trust zone security features and an optional cryptographic block are mentioned.

The Cortex-A78C-based processors will be used in laptops with a constant connection to the Internet, next-generation 2-in-1 gadgets, portable gaming devices, and more. 

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