Flavor text for the link:Zhaoxin KiaXian KX-U6780A 2.7GHz in the Anandtech CPU 2021 Benchmarks Database
Yup. Comparing it to Ryzen is just painful: https://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/2625?vs=2671Flavor text for the link:
"It appears that a 70W, 8C version of this CPU is able to be definitively better than an 8C AMD Jaguar CPU @ 2.35ghz, in many cases beating it by double digit percentages! Except for when it doesn't and it's slower by significant margins."
I guess that is one way to "target" AMD.
The Excavator processor architecture is big. So, while the cores are small, the blocks FE/LS/FPU/BUS/L2 are all relatively large. Which is the legacy of AMD's big OoO queues for server/HPC for post-K8/Greyhound architectures. K9 (5GHz Operton) had it and K10 (Bulldozer) had it. Which in turn continued to develop in that direction, both SR/XV had bigger OoO queues than BD/PD. Even though they never appeared in the true Server/HPC product lines. So, yes A8-9600 CPU processors are huge, big, large, grand, ginormous, etc.A8-9600 has "big cores"? Sure, whatever.
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