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The Dimensity 9200 tops current mobile GPUs, even the Apple A16 in early GFXBench test

The Dimensity 9200 tops current mobile GPUs, even the Apple A16 in early GFXBench test

The Dimensity 9200 tops current mobile GPUs, even the Apple A16 in early GFXBench test

Soon AnTuTu Benchmark Score showed that the upcoming MediaTek Dimensity 9200 chipset will bring an impressive improvement in graphics performance thanks to the switch to ARM’s new one. Amar-G715, it has the first ray tracing capable GPU. Now some GFXBench results have come out and make the upcoming chip even more impressive as it scores above any existing chipset.

This includes Apple’s latest A16 Bionic, though cross-platform comparisons aren’t always accurate even with similar benchmarks. Also, we don’t know which device is using the Dimension 9200, but it appears to be running firmware that is still under heavy development. digital chat station reports that the ES 3.1 results went up from 176fps to 228fps with the latest iteration of the software (AnTuTu tests can be run with older software).


The Dimensity 9200 tops current mobile GPUs, even the Apple A16 in early GFXBench test
Results from GFXBench Dimension 9200 device (1080p offscreen): Manhattan 3.1

Results from GFXBench Dimension 9200 device (1080p offscreen): Manhattan 3.0 • Manhattan 3.1

Result above (Posted by ice universe) is our first glimpse at the performance of the new Immortalis-G715, a ray tracing capable version of the Mali-G715. This looks very promising, but it’s not the right test for it – these versions of GFXBench don’t use ray tracing, plus these tests are older versions of OpenGL ES, anyway.

The iPhone 14 Pro Duo (along with the A16) tops out at around 190fps on Manhattan 3.1 (1080p offscreen) and 243fps on Manhattan 3.0 (1080p offscreen). Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 (non Plus) devices achieve 167fps and 187fps respectively, however, most of the current phones are tested with newer versions of the benchmarks.

This leak also brings more details on the hardware inside the Dimensions 9200. The GPU is an Amar-G715 MC11, which is up from the Mali-G710 MC10 at Dimensions 9000. for CPU (which Cortex-X3. will have the facility), its three clusters will be clocked at 3.05GHz, 2.85GHz and 2.00GHz, although we don’t know if these are the final frequencies (they may change with newer versions of the firmware).

Whatever its performance, the Dimension 9200 will have no impact on the Apple ecosystem as it will never use non-Apple silicon again. But a faster chip at the right price can’t make the Android ecosystem a one-horse race (the Dimensity 9000 is faster, but not as common as the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1).

The Dimensity 9200 tops existing GPUs, even the Apple A16 in early GFXBench test

MediaTek has sent out invites for the 8th November event (Tuesday next week), which promises to unveil a new generation flagship platform. This means MediaTek wants to beat Qualcomm for a week,

Source 1 (in Chinese) | Source 2 , via





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