Qualcomm is using two different laptop configurations for standard testing. They recently introduced the Snapdragon Elite chipset at their periodic peak for laptop configurations. This chipset is grounded on a 4nm manufacturing process and supports 5G mmWave connectivity along with Wi- Fi 7. The company has now officially revealed standard results from colorful platforms like Geekbench, Cinebench, PCMark, WildLife Extreme, and more. They’re using two laptops with different configurations for these standard tests.
Qualcomm Snapdragon Elite Chipset
Qualcomm is employing two different laptop configurations for standard testing. One comes with 80W charging support, a15.6- inch QHD TFT display, and an 87Whr battery capacity. The other has 23W charging support, a14.6- inch OLED display, and a 58Wh battery. Qualcomm’s Orion CPU has scored 3227 in Geekbench v6.2 on Linux ST, outperforming Intel I9- 13980HX, which scored 3192 points. Qualcomm claims that the chipset will deliver briskly peak performance with 70% lower power.
In Geekbench v6.2 ST, with rally configuration A, the Snapdragon Elite achieved a score of 2,940, while configuration B scored 2,780 points. In comparison, Intel i7 13800H scored 2,755, Ryzen 9 7940HS scored 2,695, and eventually,
the Apple M2 managed to score 2,658. In Geekbench v6.2 MT, with rally configuration A, the Snapdragon Elite scored 15,130 points, while configuration B scored 14,000 points. Intel i7 13800H scored 14,342, Ryzen 9 7940HS scored 12,181, and Apple M2 scored 10,088.
In Cinebench 2024 ST, with rally configuration A, the Snapdragon Elite scored 132 points, while configuration B scored 122 points. Apple M2 ranked third with a score of 121, Intel i7 13800H scored 115, and Ryzen 9 7940HS scored 109.
In Cinebench 2024 MT, with rally configuration
A, the Snapdragon Elite scored 552. With rally configuration A and B, the Snapdragon Elite scored 1,750 in the UL Procyon AI benchmarking round. In the Aztec remains round, rally configuration A and B managed 350 and 295 FPS independently. Eventually, in the Wildfire Extreme member, rally configuration A and B achieved frame rates of44.5 and38.5 FPS. In all these marks, with rally configuration A, the Snapdragon Elite has secured the top position in the competition.