Huawei’s first desktop computer shown and tested

It is based on the eight-core 7-nanometer processor Kunpeng 920

A video demonstrating the Huawei desktop computer has appeared on the Chinese BiliBili video service.

Kunpeng processors are primarily designed for servers. The line is created on a licensed ARMv8 architecture, configurations include up to 64 cores.

As we can see, at least one model will be used in desktop computers. In the PC, the video uses the eight-core and eight-thread 7-nanometer Kunpeng 920, as well as the Huawei D920S10 motherboard. A 64-bit Linux based UOS operating system is installed on the PC. The PC also received 16 GB of Kingston DDR4-2666 RAM, a 256 GB SATA solid-state drive, and an optical drive.

The video notes that UOS runs smoothly, has an intuitive interface, the PC supports 4K video at 60 fps thanks to the Yeston RX550 graphics card. He completed the Blender BMW test in 11 minutes and 47 seconds, which is much slower than the results of most modern processors. It is noted that the PC copes with streaming 4K video, but with “local” playback it “stumbles”.

According to earlier reports, Huawei plans to release a desktop computer for $ 1,061.