Tablet CPU performance comparison: Allwinner A10, RK2918, AML8726


Wondered how different tablet CPU performs in real world?
Wondered whether Allwinner A10 is a real winner?

Slate4Sure tested 3 of most popular budget tablet CPUs:

We have already compared tablet CPU architecture  here in the past.
RK2918 and AmL8726 are manufactured using 65nm process (Allwinnner A10 is produced using 55nm litography).
 All af them are based on either Cortex-A8 or Cortex-A9 ARM core, so all chips are comparable concerning performance per clock, providing 2-2.5 DMIPS/MHz, but their GPU part differs significantly.

Whole comparison is available here: Tablet CPU comparison, so I only provide short conclusion:

Web browsing & Generic usage

  1. Allwinner A10
  2. RK2918
  3. AML8726

Video decoding

  1. Allwinner A10
  2. AML8726
  3. RK2918

Gaming performance

  1. RK2918
  2. Allwinner A10
  3. AML8726

Gaming compatibility

1-2.  Allwinner A10 ~ AML8726
3. RK2918

Summary: Allwinner A10 is a winner  in most situations.

source: Slate4Sure

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2 Responses to Tablet CPU performance comparison: Allwinner A10, RK2918, AML8726

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