Become a MacRumors Supporter for $50/year with no ads, ability to filter front page stories, and private forums.

skratch77

macrumors 65816
Original poster
Mar 20, 2013
1,241
5
looks like Samsung has a crazy fast exynos soc about to hit the streets,if these are true its the fastest soc out and its only at 1.5ghz not the full speed the final will run at
 

Attachments

  • gs6bench.jpg
    gs6bench.jpg
    68.3 KB · Views: 277

skratch77

macrumors 65816
Original poster
Mar 20, 2013
1,241
5
wow, that is cool!how much does the 6 get?

2800!

this is no joke the note 4 gets 2900 multi core with the snapdragon 805.They have also doubled the cpu performance going from the gs5 to the gs6
 
Last edited:

Fanaticalism

macrumors 6502a
Apr 16, 2013
908
158
I'm more impressed by the single core which has never been a strength in chipsets found in android devices.
 

skratch77

macrumors 65816
Original poster
Mar 20, 2013
1,241
5
I'm more impressed by the single core which has never been a strength in chipsets found in android devices.

just wait until we see final version running at 2.1ghz lol

looks like samsungs 14nm is going to kill snapsragons 20nm 810 this round
 

mclld

macrumors 68030
Nov 6, 2012
2,641
2,065
YAWN @ spec wars. Phones have been more than capable the past few years for the average users
 

Lloydbm41

Suspended
Oct 17, 2013
4,019
1,456
Central California
YAWN @ spec wars. Phones have been more than capable the past few years for the average users

Not spec wars in this particular case in my view. The improvement from the 18-20nm chips to 14nm in sheer speed is what impresses me. This is the same process Apple is going to be using for the A9 chip.
 

Technarchy

macrumors 604
May 21, 2012
6,753
4,927
Exynos? Samsung hasn't done with Exynos for the American market in awhile. I imagine the qualcomm iteration won't be that far behind though.
 

rhinosrcool

macrumors 68000
Sep 5, 2009
1,760
694
MN
Exynos? Samsung hasn't done with Exynos for the American market in awhile. I imagine the qualcomm iteration won't be that far behind though.

The story is that the Qualcomm 810 has an overheating issue. Some say that LG G Flex overheats. LG has denied this. Also, word is that samsung's exynos has vastly improved. Since the LG G Flex will debut soon (in Korea), we could get results that show it either does or doesn't; or we get faulty data because the hardware in the LG G Flex is different from Samsung's or another OEM's?
 

mi7chy

macrumors G4
Oct 24, 2014
10,495
11,155
Architecturally the two are so similar now that I'd go with 14nm to avoid thermal throttling which sounds like what's happening with Snapdragon 810 built on TSMC 20nm. Same reason Apple was quick to jump back to Samsung fab.
 

MRU

macrumors Penryn
Aug 23, 2005
25,368
8,948
a better place
I just hope the rumours of a stripped back Touchwiz are true. In the past Samsung relied on brute force to muscle it's way through the Touchwiz UI rather than optimise it.

The other rumor coming out is the GS6 will feature customisable back plates such as inductive charging, or possibly an e-ink display, or extra S-Health back panel with blood sugar etc...
 

mKTank

macrumors 68000
Jul 2, 2010
1,537
3
Geekbench is a pretty poor teller of real world performance, though. Keep in mind that it usually greatly contrasts other benchmarks which use graphics, physics, etc. (actual gameplay) to stress the hardware and get a score.
 

skratch77

macrumors 65816
Original poster
Mar 20, 2013
1,241
5
Geekbench is a pretty poor teller of real world performance, though. Keep in mind that it usually greatly contrasts other benchmarks which use graphics, physics, etc. (actual gameplay) to stress the hardware and get a score.

Geekbench is a great CPU benchmark
 

mKTank

macrumors 68000
Jul 2, 2010
1,537
3
Geekbench is a great CPU benchmark

Not indicative of real world performance in any way. Totally useless for telling how fast a phone will be at...being a phone.

Unless all you do on your smartphones is calculate primes.
 

skratch77

macrumors 65816
Original poster
Mar 20, 2013
1,241
5
Not indicative of real world performance in any way. Totally useless for telling how fast a phone will be at...being a phone.

Unless all you do on your smartphones is calculate primes.

Coming from a gs3,gs4,gs5 user I know very well how this will preform in real world usage and Iv also moded all them and even over clocked most of them to know how well they preform using geekbench as a base for testing.

The gs6 is going to absolutely fly with this much raw horsepower
 

jrswizzle

macrumors 603
Aug 23, 2012
6,107
129
McKinney, TX
Will be interesting to see how this 2015 Exynos stacks up against the 2015 A9.

Also, will this chipset be available on the phones headed here to the US? Seems like the fastest devices are always relegated to SK and the UK....

----------

Geekbench is a pretty poor teller of real world performance, though. Keep in mind that it usually greatly contrasts other benchmarks which use graphics, physics, etc. (actual gameplay) to stress the hardware and get a score.

Regardless it gives a good comparison of devices as the test is the same across a variety of tech.

So regardless of what that 5400 number actually means, comparing this 5400 to the 4800 of the A9X offers some insight into comparative horsepower.

----------

Not spec wars in this particular case in my view. The improvement from the 18-20nm chips to 14nm in sheer speed is what impresses me. This is the same process Apple is going to be using for the A9 chip.

Also made by Samsung.

Seems like Samsung and TSMC have alternating processes. The A10 will likely be TSMC's 10(?) nm process while Samsung works on something smaller.

----------

wow, that is cool!how much does the 6 get?

Single Core still lags behind the 6+ (benched at roughly 1600).

That multi-core score is impressive and on par with the early 2014 MacBook Air running an i5-4260U.
 

mi7chy

macrumors G4
Oct 24, 2014
10,495
11,155
Not spec wars in this particular case in my view. The improvement from the 18-20nm chips to 14nm in sheer speed is what impresses me.

Not only performance but also screen-on time and idle battery life.
 
Register on MacRumors! This sidebar will go away, and you'll see fewer ads.