Intel gets the opportunity to get aheadits main competitor in one of the sectors of the high-tech market, in which AMD has traditionally been the leader for many years. This applies to integrated GPUs, which in the new Tiger Lake chips will use the updated architecture. Information on plans to launch Tiger Lake chips for laptops manufactured using the advanced 10 nm process technology was confirmed in Intel's report to investors.
Outstanding features of Intel Tiger Lake goingin place of the 10th generation Core, Ice Lake-U / Y was previously confirmed by separate tests. Now the next test results have appeared, indicating the appearance of a very strong competitor in the AMD Ryzen 4000 processors. Testing of Intel Tiger Lake was carried out in the 3DMark Fire Strike benchmark and allows you to determine how powerful the integrated graphics of the new processors will be.
11th Generation Intel Core Chips Will Enter The Market Withx86-cores on the promising Willow Cove architecture, changing the existing Sunny Cove architecture, will have X12 Gen12 integrated GPUs, and 10 nm + technology will be involved in their production.
According to the results of testing 3DMark processorsthe new generation is 2 times superior to the existing GPUs used in Ice Lake-U. The graphics processor of the 11th generation Intel Core i7 top models has 96 computing units (Execution Units, EU) and, by configuration, repeats the discrete GPU as part of the DG1 desktop video adapter. Testing was carried out on engineering samples and in serial models, performance can be even higher.
Comparative tests will be carried out in the future.11th Generation Intel Core Mobile Processors (Tiger Lake) and Ryzen 4000 7nm APUs (Renoir) hit the market in March. Intel plans include the release of not only the Tiger Lake-U core processors, but also the energy-efficient Tiger Lake-Y with a nominal heat output of 9 W and the high-performance 45-watt Tiger Lake-H.