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Antutu benchmark favors Intel SOCs compared to ARM processors’
The Antutu benchmark, which is used to claim against ARM SOCs, a significant performance boost for Intel Clover Trail + processors would contain unfair optimizations for Intel CPUs. The compilers used play an important role.
Exophase, a user on the Anandtech forum, the code of the Antutu benchmark viewed. This benchmark tool is widely used to measure performance. Socs mobile Remarkably, the Intel Clover Trail + processors in the introduction earlier this year would be the last ARM socs in smartphones and tablets are available. remarkably faster in benchmarks It was version 3.3 of Antutu used.
According Exophase is the x86 version of the 3.3-Antutu benchmark compiled with Intel C + + Compiler, while the ARM version is compiled with GCC. While the Intel compiler uses auto vectorizing, there was plenty to be used in the ARM compiler optimizations not called by Neon instructions, while extensions in practice to accelerate. Applications on ARM socs The x86 version would also be a test run that should be turned 32 times in Antutu have just turned only once. This “optimization” would be added very recently. To Intel C + + Compiler
Although Intel would have shared themselves the dubious speed gains compared to ARM socs based on the Antutu benchmark not with the press, there have been several publications that this benchmark tool used for measurements and draw conclusions applicable. Meanwhile a new version of Antutu released. This would help the performance of Intel Clover Trail + socs with 20 to 50 percent have decreased compared to recent ARM socs.Viewing:-135
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