Qualcomm today released the Snapdragon 8cx platform for personal computers. This isn’t the first time a company has tried to crack a computer processor circuit. But the company appears to have improved the speed of light compared to chips made for previous personal computers.
The chipset will be released in the third quarter of 2019. Qualcomm has listed it as “the most extreme Snapdragon, although the company continues to incorporate some technology and expertise from mobile processor development. But it is still a step in the right direction.”
This processor was originally designed for personal computers. This isn’t the first time Qualcomm has attempted to enter the market, as the 8cx PC processor has a tremendous capacity to handle basic computing tasks. This includes managing peak performance and multitasking.
It seems that using a Qualcomm processor in a computer might not be a bad idea. Qualcomm’s idea is to provide all-day battery life with performance equal to Intel processors, and Windows and Qualcomm have called this feature. Always connected computer
The first device had a long battery life. But the efficiency is not at its limits
Qualcomm is fixing the bug and thinks the latest chipset will be a game-changer. Qualcomm noted that the 7-nanometer chips “outperform many old computers.”
The company will retain the Snapdragon 850 processor to offer a wide range of prices to consumers, as the 8cx will be considered a premium option, while the 850 will be marketed as an economical computer processor.
The 8cx will feature the new Qualcomm ® Adreno ™ 680 GPU, the most powerful GPU the company has ever built. This doubles the memory interface from 64-bit to 128-bit thus providing better graphics performance.
The 8cx will have enough power to power two 4K HDR displays, according to Qualcomm, which is a huge success. Qualcomm’s standard smartphone features will be available in the 8cx, fast charging, Bluetooth, USB-C and LTE.
4G connectivity would be a great feature for laptops. Users will feel truly connected and look no further than open Wi-Fi connections, and the 8cx also features a new octa-core Qualcomm® KryoTM 495 CPU.
The Kryo 495 will be the fastest Kyro CPU designed by Qualcomm to date. It will have a larger cache than previous Qualcomm processors, which will allow the Kryo 495 to multitask faster and increase the efficiency of the work performed.
This will redefine the importance of small and portable computers. Snapdragon 8cx increases performance while providing significant power savings. This allows for a multi-day, always connected battery life
Users will have peace of mind when using a device equipped with Snapdragon 8cx, and this is the first time that a Snapdragon processor has been available to consumers from Windows 10 enterprises.
Alex Katouzian, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Qualcomm Technologies said: New, light and fanless design for consumers and enterprises.”
Time will only determine how well the processor performs in everyday situations. We will have to wait eight or nine months before we can try 8cx.
A subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), has developed the Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 8cx Compute platform, the world’s first 7nm computer platform.
Designed on the ground for the next generation of personal computing, it introduces new features in a thin and light design, giving a fresh look to the always connected genre. Snapdragon 8cx packs the new Qualcomm® AdrenoTM 680 GPU. The most powerful design ever built by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
The increased memory interface from 64-bit to 128-bit is twice as wide, and with superior performance over previous Snapdragon processor platforms, consumers will benefit from an improved experience and cutting-edge graphics. Adjustment when content is created and consumed, Snapdragon 8cx is sampling customers and is expected to begin shipping in commercial devices in the third quarter of 2019.
“Given performance and battery life as a guiding principle in our design, we have brought 7nm innovations to the PC space, enabling the potential of smartphones to transform the computing.
Snapdragon 8cx features the new Qualcomm® KryoTM 495 Octa Core CPU, the fastest Kryo CPU ever designed and built by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. With more cache than its predecessor, the Kryo 495 enables multitasking. Faster and more builds up end-user performance against the performance expectations of today’s slim, fanless PC designs.
Snapdragon 8cx maximizes performance while consuming a fraction of the power required by competing solutions, providing multi-day, always connected battery life when consumers need it most. The Snapdragon 8cx marks the first time that the Snapdragon platform is customer ready. Windows 10 enterprises: This gives IT administrators the tools to do more and stay secure, while enterprises take advantage of the cloud to help simplify the management of their IT environment.