Rockchip RK3168 vs Apple A6x
Rockchip RK3168► remove
The Rockchip RK3168 is a low-end ARM SoC designed primarily for smartphones. It integrates two Cortex-A9 CPU cores with NEON extension, a PowerVR SGX 540 graphics card (400 MHz) and a memory controller for low-power (LP-) DDR2/DDR3. The performance should be comparable to other similarly clocked Cortex-A9 SoCs such as the Samsung Exynos 4210. Thanks to its 28nm manufacturing, the RK3168 is relatively power efficient and should enable longer battery life.
Apple A6x► remove
The Apple A6x is a dual-core-SoC (System on a Chip) with ARM compatible CPU cores (ARMv7s instruction set). Both can be clocked at up to 1400 MHz depending on the load. It is used in the iPad 4 and compared to the A6 in the iPhone 5, the A6x offers a faster GPU (PowerVR SGX544MP4).
|Rockchip RK3168||Apple A6x|
|1200 MHz||1400 MHz|
|2 / 2||2|
|PowerVR SGX 540 (400 MHz), DDR2/DDR3 Memory Controller|
|iGPU||PowerVR SGX540 (400 MHz)|
* Smaller numbers mean a higher performance
1 This benchmark is not used for the average calculation