A17 Bionic reportedly appears in new benchmark leak, but now 11 percent slower in multi-core performance compared to previous results

New performance figures of the A17 Bionic have reportedly appeared online, revealing it to be 11 percent slower in multi-core workloads compared to the previous leak, which actually turned out to be fake. While we’ll discuss this leak in more detail about what makes these scores a bit more credible, we’ll continue to advise readers to take it with a pinch of salt.

New A17 Bionic scores also show significantly reduced single-core performance compared to the earlier leak

The alleged Geekbench 6 scores were found by revenge, who came across the new A17 Bionic numbers on the Korean website DCInside. With the image below, Apple’s first 3nm SoC achieves a score of 3,019 and 7,860 in the single-core and multi-core results, making the chipset significantly slower than what we reported last time. If you’re curious to know, the previous single-core and multi-core scores were 3,986 and 8,841, respectively.

Sketchy A17 Bionic’s single-core and multi-core results reappear, although they are slower than the previous one

The A17 Bionic’s new multi-core score shows that the silicon is 11 percent slower and nearly 25 percent behind in the single-core category. While these results have become a bit more believable than before, ShrimpApplePro, who also posted an image of the same results, states in his tweet below that he can’t find a link on Geekbench, implying that anyone who sees these numbers should treat them with a cloud of doubt.

However, assuming these results turn out to be the real deal, the A17 Bionic would have gained an extensive lead over the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, and we’ll explain why. Earlier we talked about a technical sample of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 beating the A16 Bionic, but against the A17 Bionic, Qualcomm’s future flagship SoC takes on an all-new silicon that has reached a new echelon of performance and probable power efficiency .

Unfortunately until we see an actual link in Geekbench’s database it’s hard to confirm the authenticity of these A17 Bionic results so as always we’ll see how the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max perform when they later release this years are launched with this SoC.

News source: DCInside

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