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MediaTek Dimensity 9200 CPU outperforms Apple M1 in AnTuTu Benchmark

According to a recent benchmark leak, MediaTek’s Density 9200 has outperformed Apple’s M1 found in the company’s fifth-generation iPad Pro. Diversity 9200 is rumoured to be the name of the company’s future flagship smartphone SoC. The potent Cortex-X3 core from ARM is rumoured to be inside the undisclosed chipset, which will probably be mass-produced using TSMC’s 4nm process.

Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station released the AnTuTu benchmark leak, alleging that the Dimensity 9200, which also has an Immortalis-G715 GPU, received the highest overall score. The M1 iPad Pro scored 1,251,547 overall in AnTuTu’s rankings, falling short of the newly developed graphics cores and Cortex-X3 combination, which together produce a final score of 1,266,102.

The tipster claims that the test was conducted at room temperature, which is generally around 20°C, and that the chipset’s peak temperature was maintained at 36°C during the test, not exceeding 37°C.

These low temperatures suggest that the Dimensity 9200 test device likely had better cooling capabilities, and TSMC’s effective 4nm technology also played a crucial role.

It was previously demonstrated how much of a difference switching foundries can make when the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, which is mass-produced using the same 4nm design, managed to defeat Apple’s A15 Bionic in a gaming test. The performance of the Density 9200 against the future Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, which is also expected to be produced utilising TSMC’s 4nm node, will be intriguing to watch. It is noteworthy that AnTuTu prefers Android chipsets over Apple’s A-series or M-series proprietary silicon for some strange reason.

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We’ve seen Apple’s chipsets consistently outperform the competition in a variety of single-core and multi-core tasks, so maybe when the Density 9200 is tested using different programmes, we’ll see things more clearly. After all, it is no small task to surpass the M1, which was created for some MacBook models, then the iMac, and finally the iPad Pro.

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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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