Samoderzhets, 13 Feb 2018Something's fishy.. If the single core score is indeed so high, then the multicore one should ... moreIt's because GB has very poor implementation of multi-threading and doesn't maximize all cores of the SoC. We should be looking at 12K minimum if they ever fix this w*rthless app.
Seems accurate to me the old Exynos scores were : 2000 and 6300
According to samsung the new one should be 80-90% Faster in the single core and 40% faster in the multi core which is exactly what we got .
3648 is 80% Faster than 2000 .
and 8894 is 40% Faster than 6300 .
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2018Not what i meant Sorry i did not specify When i said aim for the A11 or A12 i meant In te... moreI bought a chipset for a PDA. I wish I could make my own. I am a software goddess but know nearly nothing on hardware. x_X
AnonD-733526, 13 Feb 2018Anytime my good sir!!!I'm a woman. xD oh well. I don't mind being a SIR for once. ;)
sadly we're too lazy to retest the note 8. its only our job ya know
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2018what are you smoking? bench scores prove nothing android has beaten the iphone 7!I agree, benchmarks don't prove anything in real world situations where it's been found previous generation SOCs like Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 have beaten the iPhone while opening most apps. Those benchmark crushing numbers on the A11 prove nothing when real world performance is on par with the competition. Unless you edit lots of 4K videos the difference just won't show up
AnonD-672395, 13 Feb 2018Snapdragon 845 Single Core 2378 Multi-core 8132 Exynos 9810 Single Core 3648 Multi-co... moreI believe the Snapdragon 845 can reach 2500 Single/8700 Multi score depending on the phone, looking forward to it.
Xiaomi Mi7 have no exynos just same CPU and GPU and the phone is equaly fast on a geek bench but for 500 less eur in money.
Whats the problem Samsung?
Something's fishy.. If the single core score is indeed so high, then the multicore one should be way higher..
Hayaan Mo Sila, 13 Feb 2018Plot Twist: It was overclocked all the way up to 25GHz to achieve those scores, with a block o... more"It would only take a little more time until Exynos would finally overpass Apple Ax SoCs in raw power."
But you have to consider that Apple doesn't sleep, which means that when Samsung surpassed the A11, Apple will have already released the A12.
Plot Twist: It was overclocked all the way up to 25GHz to achieve those scores, with a block of ice from North Pole to keep it away from throttling.
Those are seriously some of the most impressive scores I've seen so far, as far as Android is concerned. Kudos to Samsung! Mongoose is indeed a beast.
It would only take a little more time until Exynos would finally overpass Apple Ax SoCs in raw power.
Meanwhile, Qualcomm can suck a ****. Samsung has just got them beaten, and their only main selling point is their upcoming 5G Band, which won't be available in all regions of the world immediately. Samsung should forget about using their SoCs and start focusing on utilizing their own chips only. I know US customers would get mad, but they could literally just purchase them online with all network providers working.
I just hate the fact that this SoC has to be throttled down to make the SD845's reputation better. Good thing this is Android. Some work on software and I could change its clock speed up to what it's advertised to be and achieve the results that I'm supposed to be getting out of the whole processor.
Droid, 13 Feb 2018Last year oneplus 5t and note 8 with sd 835 crushed iphone 8/plu/x on speed test with this us... morewhat are you smoking? bench scores prove nothing android has beaten the iphone 7!
Anonymous, 13 Feb 20183648 / 4232 = 0.86 Pretty much close.The newest score posted online for the exynos 9810 is 3717 for single core. If that is indeed the case, the a11 would be 14% more powerful in single threaded operations.
Kiyasuriin, 13 Feb 2018Thank you for strengthening my point, Tex.Anytime my good sir!!!
WOW. Samsung should just ditch the SD 845 entirely and use the Exynos 9810 on all the Galaxy S9s! (Not that I care though since my country always get the Exynos version.)
Kiyasuriin, 13 Feb 2018and use IOS!? No thank you my dear chum. I tried using iphones for the tasks I need and no. it... moreNot what i meant
Sorry i did not specify
When i said aim for the A11 or A12 i meant
In terms of raw performance i want them to target or beat the A series chipsets instead of matching the snapdragon varients performance
Anonymous, 13 Feb 2018EXACTLY I NEVER THOUGHT IT WOULD ACTUALLY BE DOUBLE.... But you know they have to throttle i... moreand use IOS!? No thank you my dear chum. I tried using iphones for the tasks I need and no. it doesn't do it. Hence. I chose android. the great amount of RAM also works for my tasks.
Mirkran, 13 Feb 2018Impressive as may be, I no longer care for powerful chipsets, be SD, Exynos or Kirin. What's t... moreYou're kidding right? I myself am not the kind to use the best chipset for casual games and other stuff. (For that I could simply grab an S625 Phone in 700 ILS/180$) I am using my phone (Except for extreme gaming) for computational tasks that will work only with the highest end possible. (tried iPhone. no. they don't do that kind of stuff. just android) but mostly I agree. I am a power user. and I will always seek the most powerful)