Samsung’s chips with RDNA 2 architecture score higher in GPU tests than all mobile phones currently on the market

Earlier news indicated that the Exynos 2200 with RDNA 2 architecture GPU is 30% faster than the Mali-G78 used by Exynos 2100, but at this stage, there are some problems with this product that still need to be solved, such as higher heat than expected. So that the GPU performance will be reduced by 20% in the second test and 30% in the third time. Even so, the 30% reduction in performance is still better than ARM’s latest Mali series products.

Samsung should release Exynos SoC with integrated RDNA 2 architecture GPU in July, which is expected to power flagship products. According to Twitter user @UniverseIce, Samsung will use different CPU architectures to match RDNA 2 architecture GPUs, and there will be differences in benchmark scores. The CPU of the product currently being tested uses the Cortex-A77 architecture, and more different combinations should be seen in the future.

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This Exynos SoC with integrated RDNA 2 architecture GPU scored 8134 points in the 3DMark Wild Life test, easily defeating Samsung Exynos 2100 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, which were 5295 points and 5382 points respectively. This score is higher than any processor running the Android system, but there is still a big gap compared to Apple’s tablets, especially products based on the M1 chip. Due to the lack of power consumption data, the next thing to pay attention to is the heat generation of the Exynos chip integrated with the RDNA 2 architecture GPU. It is rumored that Samsung has encountered some problems in this regard.

At the beginning of the year, it was reported that the Exynos SoC with integrated RDNA 2 architecture GPU can beat Apple’s A14 bionic in the benchmark test. This result is what Samsung wants, and I am very satisfied with it. Apple will launch A15 Bionic soon, and more comparison tests can be seen in the future.