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Question UL announces 3DMark Wild Life, cross-platform benchmark for IOS, Android and windows

Antey

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have you guys tried 3Dmark wild life? it's supposed to be multiplataform, ios (metal), android and windows (vulkan)... now we can compare mobile GPUs to desktop and laptop GPUs (i think)...


Edit: my god, could you move this to graphic cards :(
 
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Hitman928

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have you guys tried 3Dmark wild life? it's supposed to be multiplataform, ios (metal), android and windows (vulkan)... now we can compare mobile GPUs to desktop and laptop GPUs (i think)...


Edit: my god, could you move this to graphic cards :(
3dmark already had cross-platform benchmarks but they were quite dated at this point so it's good that they've created a more updated benchmark.
 
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Gideon

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Did some quick dirty runs without closing any apps or optimising anything:
1070 GTX: 41752
Oneplus 6: 1442
 

moinmoin

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iPad mini 5 (A12 Bionic): 5802

Edit: Did a re-run after closing all apps first: 5949, bigger difference than I expected.
 
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DeathReborn

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show off! ;)

Good job, go grab the top!
so CPU makes a difference?
I have been running the benchmark on 2 platforms (3600X @4.525GHz & 4770K @ 4.8GHz) across multiple GPU's (290, 5500XT, 1660S, 2070S, 5700) and the score varies little between platforms, but run variance is big on the lower end cards. R9 290 (1100/1400) run to run goes from 27,900 to 28,500 on the 3600X & 28,000 to 28,400 on the 4700K. The 5700 showed no difference between platforms.

Note 9 (Exynos) got 2356 btw.
 
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IntelUser2000

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OP: We need to see if they are using same FP precision in both mobile and desktop.

If mobile uses half precision and desktop single precision performance difference will be 30%.
 
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alexruiz

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OP: We need to see if they are using same FP precision in both mobile and desktop.

If mobile uses half precision and desktop single precision performance difference will be 30%.
You might be correct.
Radeon RX Vega 10 in a Ryzen 7 3750H scored around 3,800
While the phone and tablet chips have become better and better, I just cannot see a phone beating a x86 integrated video
 

IntelUser2000

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The mobile graphics are quite formidable, especially for the die space it takes.

But the benchmarks inflate the scores.
 

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Seems like this benchmark don't exactly favor Ryzen 3k series.. Oh well, ill be back with 5950x :)

3950x with PBO enabled + strix 3090 on 24/7 ambient air settings with fan on auto = 101500 points
 
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alexruiz

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Radeon RX 5600 XT paired with Ryzen 5 3600: 50,595

Wildfire unlimited, the off screen one scores around 52,800
I am still trying to digest the difference between both.
 

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