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    Intel Tiger Lake-U Xe iGPU performance boost revealed

    And a TGL-U 4C/8T processor with 5.0GHz turbo clock speeds has been spotted.
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    Re: Intel Tiger Lake-U Xe iGPU performance boost revealed

    I strongly suspected the marketing they would use, would be to compare to their own sub par integrates gpus.

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    Re: Intel Tiger Lake-U Xe iGPU performance boost revealed

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoyoyo69 View Post
    I strongly suspected the marketing they would use, would be to compare to their own sub par integrates gpus.
    What do you mean? Current Icelake iGPUs are comparable to Vega 8 in Ryzen Mobile 3000. 2x that would be leadership.

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    Re: Intel Tiger Lake-U Xe iGPU performance boost revealed

    for AMD APUs are they readying RNDA OR RDNA2?? looks like they will introduce raytracing on APUs

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    Re: Intel Tiger Lake-U Xe iGPU performance boost revealed

    Intel IGPUs beating AMD ones would make for an interesting proposition in the low end - for some use cases the intel one would be the better choice (i.e. if all you're doing is gaming and web browsing, and no dGPU). This does depend on the market segmentation though, AMD is a lot more generous with GPU CUs in mid tiers so we'll probably see the high end intel iGPUs at around the same price as models with an AMD CPU (therefore 2x performance) and an actual dGPU

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    Re: Intel Tiger Lake-U Xe iGPU performance boost revealed

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidC1 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Yoyoyo69 View Post
    I strongly suspected the marketing they would use, would be to compare to their own sub par integrates gpus.
    What do you mean? Current Icelake iGPUs are comparable to Vega 8 in Ryzen Mobile 3000. 2x that would be leadership.
    That is what I mean.

    On price / value, power draw, etc. Intel are behind. Also comparing Intels worl on progress on a previous AMD model is just the same as Intels marketing.

    AMD are also due to release ne GPUs, rumoured to be a big step up, but no one knows yet.

    When they choose to make a new APU, using architecture
    , should be good.

    Regardless, Ir really hope Intel can pull this off, despite not deserving it, it will help the market.

    2 GPU manufacturers has seriously hurt the market, competition, financially capable competitor to Nvidia as well as breathing space for AMD (in some respects), is great overall.

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