Qualcomm has actually offered a lot more standards of its upcoming Snapdragon X Elite PC CPU including the Oryon core architecture.
Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite Showcases Strong Single & Multi-Core Performance In Latest Benchmarks: 23W Efficiency & 80W Performance Optimized Laptops Demoed
Following the preliminary reveal and criteria, Qualcomm provided an additional deep-dive of its next-gen Snapdragon X Elite CPU platforms which will be powering its fleet of Windows PCs in the following year. You can discover more information on the architecture side of things here.
Throughout the hand-off discussion, Qualcomm had 2 referral laptop computers established for the audiences that included a 28W efficiency-focused design and an 80W high-performance variation. The thin & light setup was running a Snapdragon X Elite CPU with a 4.0 GHz (2-core) and 3.4 GHz (all-core) increase frequency while the performance-focused system was running the chip with a clock of 4.3 GHz (2-Core) and 3.8 GHz (All-Core) increase.
- Laptop computer # 1 - Snapdragon X Elite CPU 80W/ 4.3-3.8 GHz Boost/ 16.5" Display/ LPDDR5x-8533
- Laptop computer # 1 - Snapdragon X Elite CPU 28W/ 4.0-3.4 GHz Boost/ 14.5" Display/ LPDDR5x-8533
There are extra distinctions for both referral laptop computers with the 80W setup utilizing a 16.5" screen with an optimum resolution of 3840x2160 and a larger 87Wh battery while the 28W setup utilizes a 14.5" OLED screen with an optimum resolution of 2880x1800 and a 58Wh battery. Both designs included active cooling and were geared up with the current LPDDR5x-8533 system memory. The thinner laptop computer, as the name recommends, was simply 15mm thick while the 80W version had a density of 16.8 mm.