Upcoming AMD 8-Core CPU Performance Leaked



/ 2 years ago

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Benchmarks of AMD’s upcoming “Heirofalcon” SOC have been leaked which indicate the chip’s capabilities and astonishing power to performance ratio. The SOC features 8 ARM 64-bit A57 cores operating at a frequency of 2.0GHz while only utilizing a maximum TDP of 30w. In terms of its specification, the Heirofalcon SOC is based on the 28nm manufacturing process and contains 4MB of L2 cache. Additionally, the CPU has a dual-channel DDR3/DDR4 memory controller with ECC support up to speeds of 1866MHz. As a result, the chip is incredibly versatile.

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AMD plans to release a number of different versions with varying wattage demands which should relate to frequency alterations. Rather surprisingly, the leaked benchmarks provide a great amount of detail and include comparisons to older AMD chips. Please note, the benchmark was conducted using an early engineering sample which might not reflect the final version.chart_1c

As we can see from the data, AMD’s Hierofalcon performs exceedingly well for an ARM-based CPU given the low TDP and 2.0GHz frequency. chart_ac

In multi-core workloads, the chip once again manages to achieve great results, but falls well behind in tasks like kPipe. However, this is expected given its core architecture.chart_pwr

Finally, we can see the power efficiency rating across various benchmarks which shows how amazingly efficient the Hierofalcon CPU is. Throughout testing, the results were extremely consistent and signified a return to form. As always, it’s important to take any leaked benchmarks with a grain of salt, but the Hierofalcon looks very promising!

Thank you WCCFTech for providing us with this information. 


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