Snapdragon X Elite got a 49 percent bump in a new benchmark testing; could it be released soon?

The latest scores - single-core - 2,427 and multi-core -14,254

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Snapdragon X Elite got a 49 percent bump in a new benchmark testing; could it be released soon?

According to the latest Geekbench 6 benchmark testing on Lenovo 4810UV0100, which has Microsoft Windows 11 Pro Insider Preview (64-bit) and Snapdragon X Elite—X1E78100—Qualcomm Oryon CPU, the Qualcomm processor has shown a significant performance improvement, to be precise, 49%.

The tested device is said to be operating under the Balanced power plan. During testing, it achieved amazing single-core and multi-core scores of 2,427 and 14,254, respectively. This is quite an improvement from the previous scores of 1,628 and 11,392.


We are unsure about the exact reasons for the significant improvement, but various factors could be in play. One could be Geekbench being more optimized for the Snapdragon X Elite platform, and the other could be the improved cooling system in Lenovo laptops.

It could also be a sign that Qualcomm’s newest processors will soon be available in the market. However, until anything official is announced, these are all guesses.

Furthermore, the benchmarking process can only provide a snapshot of performance and might not yield the same results for different types of workloads.

Also, the other factors involved in testing the device are unknown, making it further challenging to draw definitive conclusions about the upcoming processors.

So, the real power, performance, and capabilities will be measured when the processors hit the retail market; till then, it is all speculation.

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