More Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite 12-Core CPU criteria have actually been exposed which provide strong efficiency at simply 28W TDP.
Qualcomm 12-Core Snapdragon X Elite CPU Shows Strong Efficiency Versus Intel 12700K Desktop & AMD 7845HX Laptop CPUs At Just 28W
The other day, Qualcomm shared some efficiency standards of its 2 referral laptop computers based upon the brand-new Snapdragon X Elite CPUs which include the Oryon core architecture. The laptop computers can be found in 28W & 80W setups and now there's a brand-new entry of the X1E80100 CPU in its 28W config which reveals some strong effectiveness figures. This is the 28W setup because it includes a 3.40 GHz all-core frequency while the 80W setup uses a 3.80 GHz all-core frequency. The test platform includes 64 GB of LPDDR5x-8533 memory.
Pertaining to the efficiency criteria, the Snapdragon X Elite X1E80100 scored 2741 points in single-core and 13021 points in multi-core tests in Geekbench 6. For contrast, we utilized the Intel Core i7-12700K 12-core desktop and AMD Ryzen 9 7845HX 12-core laptop computer CPU. Both of these are set up with much greater TDPs with the Intel chip including an optimum turbo power of 190W & the AMD chip including a peak power of 110W.
The outcomes reveal that the Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite 12-Core CPU was quicker than both AMD & Intel chips in single-core efficiency regardless of the latter 2 performing at much greater clock speeds of 5.2 & 5.0 GHz respectively. The Snapdragon chip can just keep an optimum clock speed of 4 GHz throughout 1 or 2 cores. All criteria were performed on the exact same Windows platform and didn't utilize Linux platforms although you can discover Linux tests shared by Benchleaks here.
When comparing the multi-core efficiency, the Intel Core i7-12700K Desktop CPU winds up 4% faster while the AMD Ryzen 9 7845HX CPU winds up 5% faster. This is a really outstanding multi-thread efficiency from the Oryon CPU architecture at simply 28W and the 80W chip can quickly surpass the 2 rivals. The following charts compare the Snapdragon Qualcomm X Elite 28W CPU vs other chips:
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News Source: Benchleaks