Gaming Benchmarks of the Russian-made Elbrus CPUs published

Russia doesn’t have many homegrown processors – the Elbrus and Baikal are probably the two most popular chips in the country. While they may not be among the best CPUs out there, their importance has grown as major chipmakers AMD and Intel have stopped selling processors to the country. They’re also apparently capable of gaming, as we can see from a series of gaming benchmarks from a Russian YouTuber. They even used Russia’s own domestic operating system for the tests.

The Elbrus-8SV, a product of TSMC’s 28nm process node, comes with eight cores at 1.5 GHz. Moscow Center of SPARC Technologies (MCST) developed the Elbrus-8SV as a successor to the original Elbrus-8S, which had eight cores at 1.3 GHz. As a result, the Elbrus-8SV arrives with double the performance of the Elbrus-8S. The Elbrus-8SV provides 576 single-precision GFLOPs and 288 double-precision GFLOPs. In addition, the octa-core processor rocks 16 MB of L3 cache shared between each core, contributing to 2 MB per core.

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