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Quote: Originally Posted by geoxile View Post
They just announced that their next gen iGPU, gen 11 on 10nm later this year, will be up to 2.7x larger than their current gen. Depending on how well it scales AMD might be in trouble if their APUs lose one of their biggest advantages, all that will be left is price, which is a good advantage for builders at least.

Lets just hope that Intel also increases the size of their QuickSync blocks as well, I would hope by at least 50% with the rest of the iGPU being more than doubled. It is wntirely possible we wont get expanded performance of QS. Intel increased performance when they went from GT2 to GT3, but GT4 was only adding a whole other execution unit section and did not add anything to the area where QS runs. And since media functionality is "good enough" right now, we may see the same on next gen where Intel may only increase EUs for better gaming performance.

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post #72 of 72 (permalink) Old 02-06-2019, 03:27 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Defoler View Post
That is irrelevant.
They don't plan to put a miniature die on an external card and call it dGPU.
Whatever they make will be much bigger, so the comparison for iGPU is irrelevant.
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And?

That will have nothing to do with intel upcomming gpus. They will be much much larger dies.
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Despite quick sync being more widely supported it seems like the new Turing NVENC block, paired with OBS, is proving that nvidia is ahead in hardware accelerated video encoding. I've seen people claim it looks as good as 264 medium speed in some scenarios.



They just announced that their next gen iGPU, gen 11 on 10nm later this year, will be up to 2.7x larger than their current gen. Depending on how well it scales AMD might be in trouble if their APUs lose one of their biggest advantages, all that will be left is price, which is a good advantage for builders at least.

Can i ask what kind of advantage are You referring to?
Is Intel graphics even made for gaming?
Is there any kind of proof their driver problems will just disappear?
AMD can put ZEN die on Vega 20 if they like to.
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