Adreno 320 vs Mali 400 GPU
Mali 400 and Latest versions of Adreno are the most used GPUs in the smartphones and tablets.
Here is a bench mark for Adreno 320 and Mali 400 provided by GL Bench Mark 2.5
|GLBenchMark2.5 (click on the image to preview)|
|Mali 400 MP||Adreno 320|
|Max GPU Cores||4||4|
|L1 Cache (I/D)||(32KB / 32KB) per core||(16KB / 16KB) per core|
|L2 Cache||8KB - 256KB||2 MB|
|OpenGL ES 2.0 Version for gaming, user interfaces and automotive dashboards and 1.1 Version for mobile phone user interfaces, personal navigation devices and web browsers.||1.1, 2.0||1.1, 2.0, EGL 1.3, Direct3D Mobile, SVGT 1.2, Direct Draw, Concurrent CPU, DSP, graphics and MDP, GDI|
|OpenVG for 2D images ,fonts graphics||1.1||1.1|
|Power consumption||Look for other alternatives||Low power consumption option and longer battery life.|
|Games Support||Supports only few 3D games||Supports almost all 3D games|
|Max Frequency||600GHz, Single Core, 65nm||Quadcore up to 1.5 GHz,Dual-channel 533 MHz (8.5 GB/sec)|
Adreno 320 is the winner and it is way better than Mali 400 MP. Adreno 320 was tested on LG Optimus G and Mali 400 MP was tested on Samsung S3.