Snapdragon X Elite delivers a significant 49% performance boost

Snapdragon X Elite delivers a significant 49% performance boost

Last month, a mysterious Lenovo laptop based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite processor appeared on Geekbench. However, the benchmark’s performance figures didn’t quite match Qualcomm’s claims about the new ARM chip.

Now the new Lenovo laptop has been tested again in Geekbench, but under a different name – 4810UV0100. And strangely enough, this time the results look promising.

The latest Geekbench 6 results show a significant performance improvement of 49% compared to the previous benchmark result.

The new Lenovo laptop, equipped with the Snapdragon X Elite processor, achieved a single-core score of 2,427 and a multi-core score of 14,254 when running in Balanced mode. In terms of points, this is a significant increase compared to 1,628 and 11,392 respectively.

There may be several factors contributing to this sudden surge in SoC performance. Perhaps Geekbench 6 has made optimizations that work more efficiently with this chipset.

In addition, the Lenovo test laptop may have had an improved cooling system, which led to a better result overall. However, it’s important to note that the short duration of the Geekbench test may not allow us to fully evaluate the sustained performance capabilities of the device.

Another possibility is that as the release of the Snapdragon X Elite approaches, the software designed for this chipset could be better optimized.

Qualcomm says the X Elite will be available in power options from 23 to 80 watts. A recent benchmark shows that the laptop is operating in a balanced power consumption mode. Therefore, it is difficult to determine the exact thermal power (TDP) of the chipset at this time.

In addition, it seems that Lenovo may be testing several models with the Snapdragon X Elite chip, as this is the second Lenovo laptop to appear in Geekbench with the new ARM chip.


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