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Huawei Rumored To Be Testing New TaiShan Cores That Can Run Extremely Efficiently And Still Be 175 Percent Faster Than The Kirin 9000S’ Cortex-A510

The Kirin 9000S ushered a new gateway that enabled Huawei to break free of the companies under the influence of the U.S., but the chipset powering the Mate 60 series relied on slower TaiShan cores that would perform poorly in single-core and multi-core workloads. Fortunately, the company is rumored to have made incredible progress, not just with its joint alliance with foundry partner SMIC to start 5nm wafer production but also in making power-efficient TaiShan cores that are significantly more capable than Cortex-A510. Here are more details on the matter.

New, unnamed TaiShan cores can achieve a score of 350 in Geekbench 5 in low-power mode, the result is much higher than what the Kirin 9000S’ Cortex-A510 obtained

A rumor posted by @jasonwill101 on X claims that Huawei is working on improved power-efficient TaiShan cores, which will behave similarly to Apple’s low-energy cores. There is no information as to which platform these cores are designed for, but given that the company is laser-focused on improving power consumption, it is likely that these will cater to a mobile device. The first set of performance numbers claims that in Geekbench 5, the single-core score of the new TaiShan cores is 350, making it significantly higher than what the Kirin 9000S’ Cortex-A510 can achieve.

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If you are wondering, the Cortex-A510 obtains 200 points in the same test, showing that the new TaiShan cores are 175 percent faster. Given that there are TaiShan performance cores that are also a part of the Kirin 9000S, Huawei may use the new architecture in its Kirin 9100, its first 5nm SoC that is said to be found in its upcoming Mate 70 flagship series. However, the Apple Silicon range could also be in Huawei’s crosshairs, as the latter is rumored to be developing a new ‘Kirin PC Chip’ that delivers multi-core performance almost

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