The ITHome portal has published data on the performance of the Chinese Zhaoxin KX 6000G series APU in the 3D Mark 11 synthetic test, including integrated Zhaoxin ZX C1080 graphics. The same GPU is used in Glenfly Tech’s Glenfly Arise GT-10C0 desktop discrete graphics card, which was unveiled earlier this month.
The Zhaoxin KX-6000G series processors were announced back in 2019. They offer up to 8 processor cores and work with frequencies up to 3 GHz.
The Zhaoxin KX-6000G integrated graphics delivers 1.5 Tflops performance in single precision operations. This is about three times higher than the capabilities of the previous generation of “inserts” from the same company. However, this is not enough to compete with solutions based on modern graphics architectures.
According to ITHome, the Zhaoxin KX-6000G integrated graphics scored 1046 points in 3DMark 11. This was enough to slightly overtake the GeForce GT 630 model based on the Fermi architecture, which appeared 10 years ago. The NVIDIA accelerator scores 1016 points in the same test.
The Chinese iGPU was also tested in the GLMark 2 test, where it scored 3116 points. For comparison: The entry-level graphics card GeForce GTX 1650 shows a result of 10,516 points in the same test.
The multi-threaded performance of the Zhaoxin KX-6000G series processor itself was more than 15,000 MIPS in synthetic tests. This outperforms the AMD Ryzen 3 1300X and approaches the Intel Core i5-7500.