MT6592 three versions resolved
If REDMI emergence of mobile phones started a thousand phone “war” the first shot, so now the hottest thousand eight-core models will undoubtedly be seen as a thousand machines of the dispute, “the second bomb”, with various vendors launched thousand Yuan eight-core models, the whole “war” has become lively. For consumers more choice is good, but before you buy must have some good comparison can be just one phone processor which there are many subtle differences, although these eight core models are used MediaTek MT6592 processor, but the frequency is different, today I prepared for some netizens a good comparison, look in the end what is the difference between them.
After the author statistics, currently sold models were equipped with two types of MediaTek eight-core processor, one of which is the first time we met with MediaTek MT6592, MediaTek is another MT6592M, which is divided into MT6592 1.7GHz frequency and two versions of 2.0GHz frequency, so that the three brothers is the three main characters in this article.
MediaTek eight cores can run simultaneously
MediaTek’s official website we found the MT6592 only official document, and did not find MT6592M relevant information, it is precisely because of this reason is the existence of this article, as consumers choose is very painful, especially for those choose friends who have difficulties, I believe that after reading this article you’ll get a satisfactory answer.
1.4GHz MT6592M CPU-Z parameters
1.7GHz MT6592 CPU-Z parameters
2.0GHz MT6592T CPU-Z parameters
In fact, MediaTek MT6592 with MediaTek MT6592M in technology and architecture are identical, these two processors are using a 28-nanometer process technology, which is more common in mobile processors and sophisticated process, but they also have using a 8-based Cortex-A7 core architecture. Their differences are mainly concentrated in the frequency and GPU frequency (there are instructions after testing), this performance of the phone has a certain impact.
Measured performance of software running disparity
If you are interested in DIY computer users must be aware, in the same structure, process, cache, instruction sets and other parameters, the CPU overclocking is undoubtedly the best way to improve the performance, we can see MT6592, MT6592M for a total of three versions of the frequency little or no impact on performance, so then I have to prepare the most intuitive scores to compare the differences between them.
First, of course, most users are familiar with the software to run sub ANTUTU, due this article we are only for MT6592, MT6592M clocked a total of three versions of the processor itself is not specific models, so the scores compare to the overall score which does not involve only compare individual
1.4GHz MT6592M ANTUTU run points
1.7GHz MT6592 ANTUTU run points
2.0GHz MT6592T ANTUTU run points
From the above screenshot we can see them, 2.0GHz, 1.7GHz and 1.4GHz CPU integer three versions, CPU floating point score is decreased stepwise manner, which can also be side shows three versions of the processor in the other parameters basically no difference, frequency is the only parameter affecting their performance.
In addition to the CPU score, I also compared the three versions of the processor, GPU score in ANTUTU which has 2D drawings and 3D drawing two small items, in which scores of these two projects, 1.7GHz and 2.0GHz versions MT6592 score is basically the same, 1.4GHz’s MT6592M score is slightly lower.
Three versions MT6592 3D Mark score comparison
After this I also use 3D Mark GPU for testing software on the phone that they had been tested from the test results we can see that both the normal mode or Extreme mode, 1.7Ghz and 2.0GHz scores are similar to the MT6592 of, 1.4GHz’s MT6592M score is slightly lower.
MediaTek MT6592 and MT6592M models are equipped with GPU Mali-450MP, because its 1.7Ghz GPU frequency of MT6592 700MHz, from the above we can see that the test version of the MT6592 2.0GHz GPU frequencies on should also 700MHz, and 1.4GHz the MT6592M its GPU frequency should be 600MHz. It should be noted that there is currently no view on the Android platform, the maximum GPU frequency applications, so the conclusions drawn from the data is only inferred, and there is no official data to support, of course, this is also the reason this article exists.
Video Test practical experience
First, I tested the video on their terms, the author chose to use in the evaluation of 15 different formats 1080P video segment on their test, to see if there are some differences between them.
1.4GHz MT6592M test results
1.7GHz MT6592 test results
2.0GHz MT6592T test results
Through the above chart we can see three versions of the supported formats MT6592 slightly different, except for the fact that these differences processor also because the phone system itself and the players decided that they are third-party player is normal play, and in the fluency of the three versions of the processor does not exist a qualitative difference, if observed by the naked eye can not see any difference.
Large-scale 3D game test GPU
In addition to video, the author also directed the three versions of the processor actual game, after all, in addition to scores of different CPU, GPU score at the same there are differences between them, while the gap on these scores could cause our experience the actual impact will need to pass the test to score.
I choose to test the game Need for Speed OL as a test, because this large 3D racing game for mobile phones GPU demands higher performance for feedback and more apparent. In addition to participating in the test model different processors, RAM same as 2GB, we try not to let other objective factors affect our test results.
1.4GHz MT6592M running Need for Speed OL Screenshot
1.7GHz MT6592 running Need for Speed OL Screenshot
2.0GHz MT6592T running Need for Speed OL Screenshot
After three models through the use of demo Need for Speed OL, three versions of the author and do not feel there is any difference in processor fluency, and the screen and special effects have performed very well, have not dropped frames, etc. Caton phenomenon. Although we infer from the data obtained before there are some differences in their GPU frequency, but in actual use and not feel a significant difference.
And test by running in front of the actual experience, we can understand the MT6592M 1.7GHz/2.0GHz MT6592 and 1.4GHz indeed there are some differences in the score and absolute performance, but did not cause this gap in our actual experience too much influence, so consumers in the choice of these three processors when not too tangled, maybe the system UI, photos, etc. is the place you should compare. If you care about absolute performance mobile processors or used to play some big games I still recommend choosing 1.7GHz/2.0GHz of MT6592M.