The processor on the iPhone 15 is surprising when competing with CPUs from Intel and AMD

Have you ever thought about the confrontation between desktop CPUs and mobile system-on-chip (SoC)?

According to Digital Trends, a big surprise in the technology sector just happened when the best computer CPUs will face competition from mobile processor chip systems (SoC), something that was previously only in the imagination. , the latest Geekbench 6 scores prove that this is possible, as Apple 's new A17 Pro chip is challenging AMD and Intel CPUs.

specifically, in the Geekbench 6 test, the score that the A17 Pro processor chip achieved in single-core processing tasks was 2,914, this result is extremely impressive for a phone processor chip.

Introducing Apple's A17 Pro chip.

Introducing Apple's A17 Pro chip.

The A17 Pro's single-core performance score is enough to surprise Intel's Core i9-13900K and AMD's Ryzen 9 7950X processors. According to a report by Tom's Hardware, the Core i9-13900K ponderously 3,223 points in single-core tasks, while the Ryzen 9 7950X followed closely behind with a score of 3,172. Although preliminary observations show that the A17 Pro has a lower score, what is notable is the clock speed, the A17 Pro reaches a maximum clock speed of 3.75GHz, while Intel and AMD CPUs can only reach The clock speed is close to 6GHz when overclocked .

It can be seen that Apple's A17 Pro chip proved to be quite powerful in the Geekbench 6 test. But can the A17 Pro really be comparable to the top processors of the two giants in the CPU industry? The answer is no.

reactive, in the multi-core test, the A17 Pro scored an average of 7,199 points. Meanwhile, Core i9-13900K reached 22,744 points and Ryzen 9 7950X scored 22,240 points. This comes from the fact that the two computer CPUs both have significantly higher core counts than the mobile processor chip. While the A17 Pro uses a hybrid architecture and has two P cores and four E cores, Intel's best Raptor Lake model also has two types of cores, but each has a larger number of cores, with 8 P cores and 16 cores. E core, total 24 cores and 32 threads.

Intel's most advanced processor today.

Intel's most advanced processor today.

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Although there is a lag in the performance test of mobile processors and desktop CPUs, it has shown us the increasingly impressive power of mobile processors. Just like how many computers today rely on multi-core performance. 

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