The ITHome portal published performance data on the Chinese hybrid processor of the Zhaoxin KX-6000G series in a synthetic test 3D Mark 11. It contains a built-in Zhaoxin ZX C1080 graph. The same GP is used in a discrete Glenfly Arise GT-10C0 desktop map from Glenfly Tech in mid-month.
Zhaoxin KX-6000G processors were announced as early as 2019 and offer up to 8 computing kernels and operate at a frequency of up to 3 GHz.
The built-in Zhaoxin KX-6000G has a capacity of 1.5 Tflops in single accuracy operations. This is about three times the size of the previous generation's "lines" from the same company. However, it is not enough to compete with solutions built on modern graphic architectures.
According to ITHome, in 3DMarc 11, the built-in Zhaoxin KX-6000G scored 1,046 points, enough to overtake the GeForce GT 630 model on the Fermi architecture that appeared on the market 10 years ago.
The Chinese iGPU also tested the GLMark 2 test, where he scored 3116 points. By comparison, the GeForce GTX 1650 video map in the same test shows a result of 10516 points.
The Zhaoxin KX-6000G processor itself has a multi-perfect output of more than 15,000 MIPS in synthetic tests. This exceeds the AMD Ryzen 31300X and approaches Intel Core i5-7500.