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[Various] Ice Lake Preview

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Tom's Hardware: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...arks,6257.html

AnandTech: https://www.anandtech.com/show/14664...-ice-lake-10nm

Gizmodo: https://gizmodo.com/we-tested-intels...asa-1836837692

PCWorld: https://www.pcworld.com/article/3412...enchmarks.html



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Notes on Testing

By the nature of being a mobile CPU, you can’t buy an Ice Lake processor and put it in a machine yourself. This isn’t a review of the chip, rather, but a performance preview. Reviews will come when we see Ice Lake fitted into full systems that people will be able to buy at retail. When we can, we'll run our full test suite, including battery testing.

Benchmarking occurred at an event hosted near Intel’s Santa Clara headquarters, in which I was supplied with a software development system (SDS) with the chip inside. This “white box” was not necessarily based on a design that will be for sale, and Intel strictly forbade tests of thermals, battery testing or anything else not focused purely on performance. (The machine, however, looked very much like Lenovo’s Yoga 2-in-1s and also used a Lenovo-branded 65W power brick).

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Looks like a pretty good processor for mobile. Lets hope Intel can get its power and frequency issues sorted out to be able to make desktop processors that can reach at least mid 4GHz.

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The iGPU performance seems on par with the R7 3700U.

But it will probably be really damn expensive.

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The iGPU performance seems on par with the R7 3700U.

But it will probably be really damn expensive.
For anyone wondering it still can't play Crysis smoothly.

Has a decent amount of hardware security fixes.

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So this is the i7-1065G7 chip which is supposed to be a 15/25W part. When the guy was going on about this being a "wimpy cooler" I had to laugh. Since when do you need a plate to dissipate heat right over the CPU, connected to a thick copper heat pipe, connected to two fans to dissipate the heat from a low level part??

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From Anandtech it's ~ +20% IPC with a clock regression.
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Overall in the 2017 suite, we’re seeing a 19% increase in IPC over the 9900K, which roughly matches Intel’s advertised metric of 18% IPC increase.
If you look at PCWorld's article there is actually +10% multicore performance in the same 15W power envelope and it appears at 25W power limit it's less.

The major improvement in PCMark and Skydiver is mainly due to the newer Iris graphics.


Also you're missing notebookcheck's preview:
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If you're looking for faster CPU performance, however, only the 25 W Core i7-1065G7 can get the job done. We're seeing a 40 percent gain in multi-threaded CPU performance over the 15 W version. Interestingly, real-world gaming performance between the 15 W and 25 W versions is almost the same in many cases meaning that the jump from 15 W Core i7-1065G7 to 25 W Core i7-1065G7 benefits the CPU much more than the integrated Iris GPU. The biggest reason to own the 25 W Core i7 SKU over the 15 W Core i7 SKU would be for the higher processor performance and not its GPU performance as a result.

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From Anandtech it's ~ +20% IPC with a clock regression. If you look at PCWorld's article there is actually +10% multicore performance in the same 15W power envelope and it appears at 25W power limit it's less.

The major improvement in PCMark and Skydiver is mainly due to the newer Iris graphics.


Also you're missing notebookcheck's preview:
https://www.notebookcheck.net/Our-fi....428323.0.html


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If you're looking for faster CPU performance, however, only the 25 W Core i7-1065G7 can get the job done. We're seeing a 40 percent gain in multi-threaded CPU performance over the 15 W version. Interestingly, real-world gaming performance between the 15 W and 25 W versions is almost the same in many cases meaning that the jump from 15 W Core i7-1065G7 to 25 W Core i7-1065G7 benefits the CPU much more than the integrated Iris GPU. The biggest reason to own the 25 W Core i7 SKU over the 15 W Core i7 SKU would be for the higher processor performance and not its GPU performance as a result.

Bold for emphasis.

It'll be interesting to see 10nm Ice Lake compared against 14nm Comet Lake, especially since the fastest Comet Lake model, the i7-10510U, will have a 4.9 Ghz Boost at a 15w TDP setting, while Ice Lake tops out at 3.9 Ghz in the 15 w configuration (4.1 Ghz at 28w TDP). Going from 4.9 Ghz on Comet Lake to 3.9 Ghz on Ice Lake is a 20.4% clockspeed regression, which basically eats into all of the ~18% IPC gain and then some. Maybe the all core boost is better on Ice Lake. The graphics will definitely be better on Ice Lake, but for people who need the CPU power, it will be a confusing lineup later this year. We may be in for a world first where Intel's CPU gets the nod because of its iGPU more than its CPU.

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