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[TechSpot] Intel details upcoming 'Ice Lake' Gen 11 integrated graphics architecture

Source: https://www.techspot.com/news/79326-...hitecture.html

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The new architecture will make its first appearance in Intel’s upcoming 10nm Ice Lake processors. The chip maker indicated that it would be aiming to reach one teraflop of 32-bit and two teraflops of 16-bit floating point performance with the new engine.

According to Intel, it will be based on its 10nm process with third-generation FinFET technology and will support all common APIs and includes Adaptive Sync support. The architecture allows for up to 4x32-bit LPDDR4/DDR4.

Intel raised the number of sub-slices which each house eight cores from three in Gen9 to eight in Gen11 for a total of 64 EUs. That is a considerable improvement over the previous 24 in Skylake chips. The new engine will process two pixels per clock.

Interestingly, CPU and GPU will share last level cache (LLC). Intel explains that this provides increased effectiveness for memory bandwidth by eliminating data movement to and from their respective units. Of course, this is all theoretical, so we’ll have to wait to see if this bears out.
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That shared LLC brought back some memories: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/AM...APU,22324.html
It would be neat if Intel could get that abandoned idea to work and get more stuff to run like quick sync.
That, and 64 improved EUs on a standard desktop chip has got to be getting close to gt 1030. That sounds like a lot to be standard.

Edit: GT2 getting close to an Xbox One S. GT2 and slightly cut down variants go in a lot of pcs and laptops. It takes away reasons to get a 2400G.
If they do the same with discrete, there will be 3.

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I wonder if Intel will get the same ~+40% performance per shader by going to tiled rendering that Nvidia did with Maxwell.
Good to see lots new.

Edit: I thought the L3 and LLC name mixing was a little confusing, but this pic from the whitepaper cleared it up.
If only the cpu could offload small jobs to the igpu. Looks like it wouldn't take long to execute.
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When is this due to pop up for sale anyhow
Intel will release the U-series for the holidays of 2019 in small form factory notebooks. Followed by their 10nm Ice Lake desktop and high end laptop chips in Q1 2020.

It's power efficiency seems insane 25 hours on a charge. Along with 1 month of standby time.

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Intel will release the U-series for the holidays of 2019 in small form factory notebooks. Followed by their 10nm Ice Lake desktop and high end laptop chips in Q1 2020.

It's power efficiency seems insane 25 hours on a charge. Along with 1 month of standby time.
Darn so a good wait for me it is. Thanks for the info m8.

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Even though we arent getting actual QS video encoding hardware increases, the sharing of last level cache should allow much better efficiency of communication between CPU and iGPU so I bet we will see a pretty nice increase in QuickSync performance anyway (probably 10-20%). This might even get the iGPU up to around 14-15 1080p simultaneous encoding streams

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Quote: Originally Posted by EniGma1987 View Post
Even though we arent getting actual QS video encoding hardware increases, the sharing of last level cache should allow much better efficiency of communication between CPU and iGPU so I bet we will see a pretty nice increase in QuickSync performance anyway (probably 10-20%). This might even get the iGPU up to around 14-15 1080p simultaneous encoding streams
Quicksync is already proving to be a killer feature in the video editing community and a big reason why you go intel instead of AMD. If intel pushes the capability of QuickSync further, then it'll just pull ahead that much more.
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Quicksync is already proving to be a killer feature in the video editing community and a big reason why you go intel instead of AMD. If intel pushes the capability of QuickSync further, then it'll just pull ahead that much more.
Doesn't video editing scale well with multiple threads? I honestly don't know, but I just assumed it was similar to encoding in that regard


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