On May 25, Shanghai Zhaoxin announced that its KX-6000 series x86 processor has been selected as one of the "Shanghai Design 100+", which is an event that Shanghai invited a team of experts and citizens to select for three months, promoting the "Shanghai Design" brand.
Shanghai Zhaoxin is a Chinese developer of x86 processors, and its latest product is the KX-6000 series of processors released last year, which is Zhaoxin's home-grown, high-performance, next-generation universal processor.
Zhaoxin is the first to achieve a significant breakthrough of 3.0GHz in CPU main frequency, a key indicator.
The Kaixian KX-6000 series processors use a 16nm process with eight processor cores integrated into a single chip and a main frequency of up to 3.0GHz.
It supports dual-channel DDR4-3200 memory and supports PCIe3.0, SATA3.2, USB3.1 and other high-speed peripheral interfaces.
Its integrated graphics card supports 3D graphics acceleration engine, HD streaming codec and HDMI 2.0, DP1.2, VGA and other display interfaces, and supports 4K video hardware decoding in H.264, H.265 and other formats.
In terms of performance, the Kaixian KX-6000 series processors are up to 50 percent more powerful than their predecessors, with significantly lower power consumption and a significantly improved application experience.
The Zhaoxin KX-U6780A's single-core performance is equivalent to 44% of the i5-7400's, and its multi-core performance is about 82% of its opponent's.
Since 3DMark didn't close the gap too much, the Zhaoxin KX-U6780A can reach 72% of the i5-7400.
Integer performance is a highlight, with the KX-U6780A outperforming the i5-7400 by about 6%, taking into account the fact that the CPU-Z test also involved some floating-point computing.