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Chinese graphics card Zhaoxin Glenfly Arise 1020 - about 60 times slower than GeForce GTX 1060

Chinese graphics card Zhaoxin Glenfly Arise 1020 - about 60 times slower than GeForce GTX 1060

Geekbench database shows performance data of mysterious Chinese graphics gas pedal Zhaoxin Glenfly Arise 1020 in OpenCL test.
The graphics card was tested with Zhaoxin's KaiXian KX-U6780A processor and a motherboard from the same manufacturer.Image source: GlenFly TechnologyThe graphics card test results look pretty weird.
Either the Geekbench test failed to work properly with the gas pedal, or the video card was really very weak.
It scored only 579 points.
For comparison, even the entry-level model GeForce GTX 1650 scores about 38 thousand points in the same test.
And the latest GeForce RTX 3070 keeps in the range of 135 thousand points.
Image source: GeekBenchThe Glenfly Arise 1020 gas pedal was tested as part of a relatively modern system, at least according to its characteristics.
The central processor here has eight cores with support for eight virtual threads and runs at about 2.7 GHz.
He is accompanied by 8 GB of DDR4 memory.
The video card Glenfly itself has on board 24 computing units, as well as 2 GB of memory.
Such a configuration does not tie in with such low performance in this test.
Image source: GeekbankshThe closest performance to the Zhaoxin Glenfly Arise 1020 is the integrated graphics Radeon HD 6480G or Radeon HD 6410D of entry-level AMD processors from 2011, as well as Arm Mali-G52 mobile chipset graphics from 2018 or Arm Mali-T860 from 2016.
If you compare the Chinese graphics gas pedal with more modern solutions, it turns out to be about 20 times slower than the integrated graphics Radeon Vega 11 of Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 5 3400G processors or about 60 times slower than the discrete GeForce GTX 1060 6GB.

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