Recently, Samsung presented its latest GPU, the Xclipse 940, integrated into the Exynos 2400, based on AMD's RDNA3 architecture — a chip that should integrate the Galaxy S24 in the country, while Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 should be restricted to the American market. .
One of the goals of Samsung's platform was to provide a significant boost in graphics performance compared to the Xclipse 920 found in the Exynos 2200. Apparently, a provisional test carried out by user GaryeonHan, in a post on X, showed that a cell phone with this new GPU managed to maintain a stable rate of 60 FPS when running the game Genshin Impact.
The game is considered one of the most demanding in terms of hardware, and even Apple's 3nm A17 Pro reached high temperatures during gameplay, resulting in severe interruptions due to thermal throttling. The screenshots posted by the user, however, do not reveal the game's graphical settings. No smartphone temperature details or graphs with more details of the test were also published.
If the Exynos 2400 does indeed stay cool when running graphically intensive applications, it could be related to Samsung's efficient 4LPP+ manufacturing process, as well as advanced FOWLP (Fan-out Wafer Level Packaging) technology, which increases heat resistance, allowing the Exynos 2400-equipped smartphone to run intensive programs for longer periods.
In previous 3DMark benchmark tests, the chipset not only surpassed the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 in performance stability, but also matched the A17 Pro, indicating that the improvements made by Samsung to the Exynos 2400 are worthy of attention.