The frequency of the Intel Core i3-6100 was reduced to 1.3 GHz (as in Elbrus), and also set the memory as DDR4-1600. The results obtained during testing are summarized in table.
Next year, the development of the new Russian Elbrus microprocessor, which will receive 12 cores and will operate at a frequency of up to 2.0 GHz, should be completed. It is expected that it will be able to function 1.5-2 times faster compared to the Elbrus-8C1 microprocessor, including in the mode of dynamic code translation.
Of course, comparing the 2-core Intel processor with the 8-core Elbrus cannot be called correct, but in this case we have to be content with what is available. Even such testing clearly demonstrates that the domestic processor is far from hopeless. Operating at a frequency of up to 1.3 GHz, it successfully copes with the execution of almost any x86-compatible code, although it is much slower than modern Intel and AMD processors. However, even such a speed of the Elbrus-8S1 processor is enough for undemanding applications and office work.
For full compliance with Elbrus-8S1, the AMD FX8150 turned off 2 cores and reduced the frequency to 1.3 GHz. Disabling a pair of cores was required due to the fact that 2 cores are allocated for dynamic translation of the code and the operating system does not see them.