Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8cx chip for PCs promises greater performance and graphics capabilities


Qualcomm has previously developed some ho-hum chips for Windows 10-based always-connected PCs. But this time it means business, with its first 7nm Snapdragon 8cx (Compute Extreme) chip for laptops that promises significantly greater performance than its predecessors. The company first introduced connected PC support with the Snapdragon 835, and last year it modded the Snapdragon 845 to build the Snapdragon 850 for Windows 10. However, the 8cx is the first chip designed specifically for PCs. The company first introduced connected PC support with the Snapdragon 835 mobile processor in 2017, and later in the year, it modded the Snapdragon 845…

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Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8cx chip for PCs promises greater performance and graphics capabilities