Anonymous, 21 Dec 2020I hope the 855 was not the chipset in question in this "test".You got that right. Snapdragon 855 was the SD behind this test. Search on youtube about it. Seems that even the Exynos S20 had a hellish time keeping up with the Qualcomm's last year champion...
The exynos was managing 38-44 fps and the body was starting to heat up, taking figures lower... Given that the main PUBG app is regularly updated with heavier content, now this figure should be even lower..
Anonymous, 21 Dec 2020problem is on paper Exynos is good. But real world performance is plagued with heating and ba... moretried benchmarking exynos in fridge freezer scores at highest possible as the all cores actually run at 2.7 ghz constantly without overheating
but then the battery drain was much more significant
running at room temps the Big mongoose cores Claimed 2.7 ghz will quickly fall to 2.5 to 2.3 to 1.89
to 1.6 in a few mins that's if device cold in room temperature 20 30 c never reach its claimed speed
the mid cores seem to be confused and not utilised properly when starts throttling
the a55 low core just run at highest no matter what temp really
lowest seen after 10 min gaming
0.9ghz big cores 1.2ghz middle 1.5 ghz A55
the gpu behaviour
drops from 700mhz after few mins to 500 mhz then stable at 433 350 mhz
comparing to the snapdragon don't need go in detail nowhere near as bad
Anonymous, 21 Dec 2020Whatever happened to the AMD collaboration? Delayed for 2022?..and covid pushed everything back so yeah 🤷♂️
Anonymous, 21 Dec 2020Whatever happened to the AMD collaboration? Delayed for 2022?A new baby usually comes 9 months later or so I think 😜
problem is on paper Exynos is good. But real world performance is plagued with heating and battery issues. Don't get me wrong, they are still very fast chipsets. Its just that they over-promise and under-deliver.
Whatever happened to the AMD collaboration? Delayed for 2022?
I hope its not a case of "I'm back" converting to "Oh my back!" within few months.
Exynos was sorta fading with good single core scores which means good for basic standby, but not so well at other tasks. There were videos comparing PUBG performance of a 2 generation old Snapdragon vs a new Exynos, and Exynos lost it clearly, with all the heat and lags.
My almost 2 years old Snapdragon 855 can maintain PUBG at 60 fps, in HD quality without anti aliasing (in Full HD). Without heating.
I expect the new Exynos to do the same, consistently in Ultra HD quality without much heat... possible, right?
wow, the garbage is back in Europe...oh wait it never left.
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2020since after Snapdragon 820 exynos started trailing behind and now thats like a 40% difference After 835
Cannot deal with Exynos, unless SEVERAL reviewers attest to its performance and photography.
Annas, 20 Dec 2020Exynos is back??
It was away or something?
We had this low cpu for every yearsince after Snapdragon 820
exynos started trailing behind and now thats like a 40% difference
Anonymous, 20 Dec 2020Yeah I never understand, how come the South Koreans couldn't use their native components ... moreIt is rumored that Samsung is satisfied with the performance of the Exynos 2100 and is planning on using it in South Korea
ericwang, 19 Dec 2020Chinese market always have Qualcomm chip,South Korea's S20 and Note20 series have Sn865 tooYeah I never understand, how come the South Koreans couldn't use their native components and have to use the American.
I think it's more political than technical decision but yeah, that doesn't give any credits to Exynos components.
Exynos is back??
It was away or something?
We had this low cpu for every year
Janssen, 20 Dec 2020Nope, thanks! So couple years of lapse and it's no good? By that logic doesn't that mean you should not want snapdragon since it was behind majority otd the decade?