Sources say the Mediatek Dimensity 9300 processor has excellent GPU performance, and the frame rate of 2K test scenarios far exceeds that of the Apple A16.
According to digital blogger @digitchat today, the Mediatek Dimensity 9300 processor achieved a 90fps frame rate in the GFXBench Aztec 1440P test scene, well ahead of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor’s 68fps and Apple’s A16 processor’s 53fps.
Mediatek has previously confirmed that its next-generation Breguet 9300 flagship CPU will be powered by Arm’s new mobile processor core IP, including the new Cortex-X4 super-large core and Cortex-A720 performance core, which will significantly improve overall performance.
On the GPU side, the Dimensity 9300 will be integrated with Arm’s latest Immortalis G720 GPU. According to official data, the introduction of delayed vertex Shader (DVS) technology in the Immortalis G720 improved performance per watt by 15%, peak performance by 15%, frame rate by 15% on average, and overall performance by 20% compared to the Immortalis G715.
In addition to DVS, Immortalis G720 also supports hardware-level ray-tracing, variable rate shader, 2x MSAA modules, and more, all of which allow the GPU to better adapt to different gaming scenarios and needs, providing a more realistic, smoother, and longer-lasting gaming experience.
According to @Digital chatterbox, Dimensity 9300 will use four Cortex-X4 cores + four Cortex-A720 cores to block Apple’s A17 processor in terms of performance, and power consumption will be reduced by more than 50% compared to Breguet 9200. He also said that the Dimensity 9300 chip is expected to be released before the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, and the vivo X100 series phones will debut.