The new processor Apple A12X Bionic was the Geekbench tests, and was the most powerful chip in the world

The other day Apple introduced an updated iPad Pro on the basis of the fresh 7-nm processors A12X Bionic. Now, the new chips passed the tests known benchmark Geekbench. According to representatives of Apple, their new A12X Bionic provides the increase single core performance is 35%, and multi-core on an impressive 90%. The test results below will show whether you can believe their words.

The other day Apple introduced an updated iPad Pro on the basis of the fresh 7-nm processors A12X Bionic. Now, the new chips passed the tests known benchmark Geekbench. According to representatives of Apple, their new A12X Bionic provides the increase single core performance is 35%, and multi-core on an impressive 90%. The test results below will show whether you can believe their words.

The other day Apple introduced an updated iPad Pro on the basis of the fresh 7-nm processors A12X Bionic. Now, the new chips passed the tests known benchmark Geekbench. According to representatives of Apple, their new A12X Bionic provides the increase single core performance is 35%, and multi-core on an impressive 90%. The test results below will show whether you can believe their words.
Test results

In the benchmark tests involved both versions of the new iPad Pro: the 11-inch variant is called iPad8,3, and version 12.9 — iPad8,8. The younger model got A12X Bionic processor, 4GB of RAM and managed iOS 12.1. Its results amounted to 4987 points in single core test and 17 928 in multi-core. Senior tablet has the same filling, but 6 gigabytes of RAM. He has also undergone two tests with slightly different results. In the first case, he scored 5020 points in single core test and 18217 points in multicore. In the second — 5030 and 17995 points, respectively.


 


 


 


 

 

In the previous generation iPad CPU Apple A10X Fusion. In his time in the Geekbench tests, it scored nearly 4,000 points in single core test and to 9,400 points in multicore.

Source: Gizmochina