AnonD-961600, 03 Nov 2020I have the S20 ultra 5G, rooted
Cpu , Gpu overclocked to 25% boost, I have extreme options... moreVery hot at 38 ? Exynos should be atleast 60 degree
And snapdragon 42 or 43 after overclocking
[deleted post]I have the S20 ultra 5G, rooted
Cpu , Gpu overclocked to 25% boost, I have extreme options on the battery showing, above performance.
100% cpu, gpu idles at 60% threshold, it's faster than S875+,
No throttling at all
70fps in games, yes it gets very hot at 38 degrees, battery is 2 hours less than normal.
OMG , love this phone so much better know.
You F ooools are on standard c rappp
Gpu is at 1200mhz than it was on 900mhz before.
I don't give rat's about phone heating up or battery dying I have a powerbank
akenku, 03 Nov 2020i saw a video on youtube about the mate40pro gaming performance, the guy says it doesnt slow d... moreI've tested it as well....yes it doesnt slow down, neither did the battery drain was that bad and maintained very well....but the heating is a slight concern.
[deleted post]i saw a video on youtube about the mate40pro gaming performance, the guy says it doesnt slow down after awhile playing with it , he also said the galaxy and th i12pro slow down a bit.
Terence, 02 Nov 2020This means absolutely nothing and here are my reasons: 1. There will be no difference in re... moreSomeone who gets it. All this e-peen measuring in chips is mostly useless unless it has a definitive purpose because most smartphones have no active cooling so top performance is less important than power management which has always been kirin focus. Adreno gpu patches is arguably a bigger deal because it means it can optimize games to have the required amount of power without throttling or heating up.
[deleted post]"In any case this much variance in performance is hardly ideal. It would make more sense for the phone to drop to, say, 80% (or whatever is really feasible) of its maximum and then maintain that for as long as needed, as opposed to the peak-and-dip approach Huawei has taken."
It definitely throttles, and it tries to compensate by frequently dropping the performance to lower levels to prevent overheating.
When such approach is simulated in real life, it would be disastrous for gaming, as the phone will constantly freeze and then goes back to normal, then drops frame again, and so on and so forth. Compare that to the SD865's approach, which consistently delivers a smooth overall experience even if not as many frames as the Kirin 9000, but at least heat is well under controlled.
Huawei knows that such configuration cannot be sustained for long periods of time, and they need to bottleneck it somehow to avoid issues. There's no cooling solution that can completely handle its energy consumption.
Qualcomm will likely be having the same level of peak performance, but they'll do it much more consistently and with significantly less heat to start with.
AMD GPUs are simply ahead of ARM's, which is why Samsung decided to leave them for good and acquire AMD next year for their future Exynos SoCs.
[deleted post]A13 boosts up its frequency to ridiculous level for a very short period of time then goes under a normal performance mode which is very power efficient yet still extremely high-performing state. I guess it works for tasks that requires graphics power for a relatively short period of time (e.g. Any non-gaming 3rd party apps that use Metal API for acceleration, such as image editor apps). I believe the thermal is perfectly fine, but obviously isn't capable of sustaining 6W of GPU power draw for a prolonged period of time.
TheLastOracle, 03 Nov 2020The Snapdragon 875's GPU isn't too bad. Since the Kirin 9000 is based solely on an o... moreUsually, more cores with lower clock speed > less cores with higher clock speed in mobile graphics. It has been exactly the case when you compare previous gen. Exynos & Kirin SoCs, Exynos always had higher MP configuration for GPU and always performed better than Kirin while also drawing less power. With that said, no-one can make a solid statement about Kirin 9000 as for now as its GPU core frequency isn't disclosed.
MadMel, 03 Nov 2020you are guessing wrong, benchmark is done here .. https://www.gsmarena.com/huawei_mate_40_p... moreMali-G78 is really an unknown territory for all of us. Take a look at Kirin 9000 for instance, some leaks suggest that it is quite power-hungry, but GSMArena's test shows that it is indeed capable of maintaining high performance for a very long period of time, as long as it's set to Performance Mode (I believe this mode will be recommended to users and possibly automatically activated when playing games). We should hold off from making any strong assumptions until AnandTech runs through their own performance/thermal analysis on the SoC.
MadMel, 03 Nov 2020you are guessing wrong, benchmark is done here ..
https://www.gsmarena.com/huawei_mate_40_p... moreFrom the link you posted:
"As before, the Mate 40 Pro has a Performance mode in the battery settings, which unlock its full potential - otherwise, it's a more modest performer."
Which means the battery hasn't been tested for either modes. Only performance has been tested. Also, I am guessing that the performance was for shorter bursts. Like some of the Exynos. They get hot quite quickly and cannot sustain performance over longer periods. Also, it affects both performance as well as battery life, in anything over a few minutes.
Anonymous, 03 Nov 2020To be fair, Huawei doesn't aim for the fastest phone. They put more effort into their ca... moreLol if I want to have the absolute best camera experience, then I'd rather have a proper mirrorless camera instead.
Akira Kurou, 03 Nov 2020Guys, I'm just wondering.. If let's say Joe Biden won the election, will US reverse ... moreMaybe but, as badly as I want Trump out, I don't think Biden even knows what's going on with that. He may POSSIBLY lift restrictions of the chipsets sales (since, you know, it brings jobs to Americans). Just unsure...
Maybe if Biden wins, Huawei will take the initiative and reach out. They might be able to convince the US to give them like 10 years to develop an in-house GPU solution but to use TSMC in between that time.
Markuss, 03 Nov 2020Xiaomi should be the first to release SD875 phone so that it will be the basis of pricing of o... moreMi 9 was released pretty early but it didn't make any difference lol. Manufacturers will only lower prices when Apple does
Well kirin is breaking the tradition here 😮 can head to head with newest snapdragon 😮
but remember its power hungry and so peak performance maybe better in snapdragon
Also if you look at other benchmark in gsmarena it only head to head with 865+ in other benchmark so we can take this we a grain of salt
Guys, I'm just wondering.. If let's say Joe Biden won the election, will US reverse the Huawei ban and their phones will get google play services back?
JDK, 03 Nov 2020...which proves the point that iPhones are popular. Keep blabering.And when did I say it wasn't popular? 🤔
Shadocx, 02 Nov 2020Business phones, and so many teenagers have iPhones? Bruh....which proves the point that iPhones are popular.