It's shocking to see Intel's iGPU is already slightly ahead of AMD's 7nm Vega iGPUs.
Intel has the larger one now, AMD's was larger in the past. Both are probably bottlenecked by ddr4 and Intel's is likely power throttling. Really makes smaller mobile dgpus pretty obsolete though.
What will be shocking is if Intel comes out with a dual HP Xe. They will be the leader if recent Ampere and RDNA2 rumors are true.
Also gaming performance on desktop will be shocking. Games are much more single threaded than these benchmarks, even if they claim multi.
no mention of both sides configuration?
i'd be more interested if these speeds can be achieved by the cheapo configuration most notebooks comes with, e.g. single stick 2400Mhz ram and anemic cooler.
A laptop with at least a GTX 1050 might fare better. I ran same benchmark on my htpc with a 1050.
By Built-in Benchmark Queen:
My 2.5 years old delidded 7980xe @ 4600mhz all core with 49ns memorylatency (4000c16 twekaed) is faster than 3950x max overclocked on water in every scenario. Pretty good for a ancient cpu
In gaming it has no chance vs my new 10900k @ 5400mhz and 4600c16 tweaked memory. ~35ns memorylatency.
Ice Lake U gets about 9000 in the 3DMark 11 physics score with four cores and eight thread. AMD processors massively under perform in this benchmark, it seems, so it is difficult to extrapolate much about real world or even gaming performance. Ice Lake U certainly isn't 70% as fast as a Ryzen 4800u in most multi threaded workloads, and a 4 core tiger lake chip very likely won't match or beat 8 core AMD mobile chips in productivity.
The Tiger Lake U sample has 4.7ghz max boost clocks compared to Ice Lake U 3.9ghz max boost clocks and 4.2ghz on the AMD 4800u.
If the wccftech numbers are true, the tiger lake sample has up to 20% higher clock speeds which suggest a roughly 9% increase in IPC in this benmchark.
Ice Lake 10nm CPUs have really struggled with power efficiency and scaling to higher clock speeds and core counts. A 20% higher max frequency on Tiger Lake U could mean that intel is finally making progress on their 10nm nodes.
Extrapolating further, an 8 core willow cove desktop processors with 4.5ghz+ clock speeds could be 20-30% faster than Comet Lake processors, and probably a good 15% faster or more than Zen 3.
Last edited by mothergoose729; 06-10-2020 at 09:23 AM.