Russia’s self-developed 8-core CPU first test: equivalent to AMD Phenom II 11 years ago

In the pursuit of domestic CPUs, many Russian companies have developed different non-X86 processors, among which Elbrus, the self-developed processor by MSCT, is the most representative. The company has announced the performance of the latest Elbrus 8-core ARM processor, equivalent to the 2009 AMD Phenom II 4-core processor.

Behind MSCT is the Russian Lebedev Institute of Precision Mechanics and Computer Engineering. It was established in 1992. Before, it mainly developed SPARC architecture processors. In recent years, it has turned to ARM architecture and has launched a variety of single-core, dual-core, quad-core and eight-core processors. core ARM processor.

The Elbrus-8C processor tested now is MCST’s fourth-generation 64-bit ARM architecture, 8 cores, frequency 1.3GHz, equipped with 4MB L2 cache, 16MB L3 cache, 28nm process manufacturing, floating point performance 250GFLOPS, which is the company’s 5 years ago. developed.

A few days ago, MCST announced the results of the Elbrus-8C processor running the Blender 2.8 3D test. It took 2 minutes and 52 seconds to render the RyzenGraphic_27 model.

How is this performance? 3DNews said that AMD’s Phenom II X4 965 processor took 2 minutes and 34 seconds to render the same test, which is a bit faster, while the rendering time of a processor such as the Core i7-7700K is only 36 seconds, and the performance gap is nearly 4-5 times. .

Although the Elbrus-8C is an 8-core processor, due to the frequency of 1.3GHz and the ARM architecture, it has no advantages compared with the desktop version of the 4GHz+ X86 processor. The Phenom II X4 965 processor is AMD 2009. processors released in 2018.

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