The Samsung Exynos with AMD RDNA chip outperforms the A14 Bionic in the GPU benchmark

AMD RDNA chip GPU Benchmark

During the release of the Exynos 2100 chipset, Samsung revealed that the company is preparing an Exynos SoC equipped with a Radeon GPU chip. Now there are reports of a new, unnamed Exynos chip with Radeon graphics, which has surpassed the Apple A14 Bionic SoC in benchmark testing.

Of course, like all other leaked information, these details need to be taken with a grain of salt, and the fact that there are no photos and screenshots of benchmark results creates additional doubt.

 
See also: Exynos 2100 official: Cortex-X1 CPU, 40% faster Mali-G78 GPU, integrated 5G modem


All we know about the mysterious Exynos chip is that it uses an RDNA powered Radeon GPU, which is 25-100% faster than the A14 Bionic chip. If these results are correct, it will be a very impressive achievement for Samsung and AMD.

Cooperation with AMD will undoubtedly be of great importance for Samsung. The company’s chips have been behind the competition for years when it comes to GPU power and if it suddenly became a leader in the field of ARM integrated graphics chips it would mean a lot for the further acceptance of Exynos chipsets.


Source: Tom's Hardware

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