Google Tensor chip specifications were discovered
In fact, some of the media mentioned before that Google’s self-developed Tensor chip will adopt the tri-cluster design common to current high-performance chips. However, according to the latest exclusive discovery by XDA Developers, Google’s tri-cluster design uses a completely different combination from those of Qualcomm Snapdragon. The Tensor chip has two Cortex-X1 cores, running at around 2.8GHz, while other chips have only one Cortex-X1 core. It seems that in terms of peak performance, Google’s self-study meeting is stronger, but it is very strange that the two large cores of the Tensor chip are actually the 2018 Cortex-A76, rather than the relatively new Cortex-A78.
It’s not clear why Google designed it this way. XDA Developers stated that they obtained this information of the Tensor chip from the upcoming Pixel 6 Pro real machine, and the arm Mail-G78 is used in the GPU part, which runs at 848MHz, and in the AI acceleration calculation part, it is a TPU code-named abrolhos, which runs at 1.23GHz.