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Samsung recently announced its mobile phone chip new Exynos 2200 benchmark score, in the latest OpenCL benchmark, on the GPU, Exynos 2200 even surpassed the Snapdragon 8 generation.

Samsung recently announced its new Exynos 2200 benchmark score, in the latest OpenCL benchmark, on the GPU, Exynos 2200 even surpassed the Snapdragon 8 generation. When the previous RDNA2 was compared with the Adreno 730 used by the Snapdragon 8 generation, the Adreno 730 won.

This may be related to the test model, which is a device with a model of SM-S908B, provided by Samsung, which has 8GB of memory. The previous Snapdragon 8 test model is the Motorola XT2201-2, so there may be some debatable parts in terms of fairness.

The Exynos 2200 features the new Xclipse 920 GPU, built on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture, which has 4GB of video memory, can run at 555MHz and has a total of 384 streaming processors. It’s a far cry from the previously rumoured 1.30GHz.

Let everyone pay attention to the fact that the chip tested this time seems to be a different Exynos 2200 model than before, it uses an 8+8 cluster, not the previously rumoured 1+3+4 three-cluster configuration, it seems that the new 8+8 will have more excellent performance, especially before there are rumours that a single Cortex-X2 core is inefficient not only will the performance be lost but also have a greater impact on heat.

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