RDNA 2 GPU on Exynos 2200 benchmark: beat Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in the graphics test

Samsung’s next-generation mobile processor, the Exynos 2200, is manufactured using a 4nm process and is equipped with Samsung’s Xclipse GPU with AMD RDNA2 technology, inherits advanced graphics features such as hardware-accelerated ray tracing and variable rate shading (VRS) on PC platforms.
Now there are Exynos 2200 benchmark scores on Geekbench. Of course, the current software cannot correctly identify the hardware information of Exynos 2200. This processor adopts a 1+3+4 core design, the strongest core is based on ARM Cortex X2 architecture, the three core is Cortex A710, the four energy-saving cores are Cortex A510, the GPU is the Xclipse 920 based on AMD RDNA 2. The specific specifications are unclear at present, but it was previously rumored to be equipped with 6 sets of CUs, with a total of 384 stream processors.
Geekbench identified the GPU as a GFX1040 with a clock of only 555MHz, which is unlikely to be the correct frequency. There have been rumors before that Samsung’s new processor needs to significantly reduce the frequency of the processor due to heat dissipation problems, but this rumor has never been confirmed. Samsung has never announced the frequency of the CPU and GPU.

Now some data has been uploaded to the database in Geekbench, in the OpenCL test, the highest score of Exynos 2200 is as high as 9143, while the highest score of OnePlus 10 PRO with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is 6050, which is 50.7% higher in performance. In the Vulkan test, the highest score of Exynos 2200 is 9029, while the highest score of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is 7285, which is 25.5% higher in performance.

Samsung has not officially announced which devices will be equipped with the Exynos 2200 processor. It was previously rumored that this processor will be applied to the Galaxy S22 series of mobile phones in some regions. Samsung will hold the “Galaxy Unpacked 2022” event on February 8, and more information is expected to be announced at that event.