Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Exynos 2200’s Eclipse 920 GPU comes with 4GB VRAM and 384 Stream Processors

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It didn’t take long for benchmarks to appear after the Exynos 2200 was officially introduced with the new Eclipse 920 GPU. Unfortunately, AMD’s RDNA2 did not prove to be the game-changer that its marketing hype suggested, as the Adreno 730 featured in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 easily outperformed the new architecture’s graphics processor.

More tests have thankfully followed, and we now know not only more about the Eclipse 920 GPU’s specifications but also that it outperforms the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 GPU in the most recent OpenCL benchmark.

Samsung Exynos 2200

The Samsung handset that was tested with the Exynos 2200’s Eclipse 920 GPU turned out to be the SM-S908B, which runs Android 12 with 8GB RAM and has the model number SM-S908B. The Motorola XT2201-2 is the one with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. Even if both chipsets haven’t been optimized and are only being used for testing, these new stats provide the Eclipse 920 GPU with a good first impression.


As you can see from the data, the GPU based on AMD’s RDNA2 architecture easily defeats the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, demonstrating that a single benchmark does not ensure success. The Eclipse 920 GPU also has 4GB of memory, according to the OpenCL test, but it’s unclear whether this is dedicated memory, commonly known as VRAM, or 4GB of DRAM. The fact that the Eclipse 920 GPU was supposedly functioning at 555MHz, which is low when compared to a previous claim that the chip would be running at 1.30GHz, was perhaps the biggest surprise from this benchmark.

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In addition, 384 stream processors appear to be present. Another difference that you might not have noticed is that Samsung is testing a new Exynos 2200 variant with an 8 + 8 cluster instead of the 1 + 3 + 4 tri-cluster configuration that was announced when the SoC was first launched.

This version may be favoured in the future due to persistent allegations that the single Cortex-X2 core is inefficient and may contribute to increased thermals, resulting in performance loss due to throttling.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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