Tuesday, October 21, 2014

First Benchmark test for Air iPad 2: chip A8X triple-core 1.5 GHz and with 2 GB of RAM

Although Apple has already presented the new chip A8X, and his power, Air iPad 2 during the media event last week, the California company has chosen, as usual, not to disclose the technical specifications of the new tablet. In view of this, some users have made ​​the first teardown, and so have revealed some features of the new Apple device signed.

Some users, who have had the good fortune to be able to test the new iPad for the first Air 2, they performed the test Benchmark Geekbench 3 As for the true result, and John Poole of Primate Labs seems to be of this opinion, the chip has A8X an unusual triple-core CPU configuration from 1 GHz and with 2 GB of RAM.
More details will no doubt be revealed in the coming days, as will be made more thorough teardown will reveal the internal structure of the chip.