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The recently leaked Intel Tiger Lake CPU benchmark test shows that the Xe GPUarmed chip will exceed the existing 11th-generation GPU in Ice Lake CPU in terms of graphics performance. The
leak was provided by the famous leaker _rogame, who shared his findings on Twitter last night in the form of various Tiger Lake SKU's 3DMark Fire Strike benchmark tests. In addition, the news outlet NotebookCheck released slides similar to the results of Fire Strikes. Slide
points to four Tiger Lake SKUs: Tiger Lake Core i3 with 15W TDP, Tiger Lake Core i5 with 15W TDP, Tiger Lake Core i7 with 15W TDP, and finally another Core i7 with 28W TDP. The slide also uses Ice Lake i3 and i7 with Iris Plus as benchmarks. The
TDP rating clearly shows that Intel has set its sights firmly on competing with AMD's Ryzen 4000 Useries chip, which has the same low TDP, ranging from 15W to 25W.
In terms of performance, the slide shows that although the TDP is the same, the performance of the Tiger Lake variant will be more than 50 times higher than the previous generation of similar products. In particular, Core i5 and Core i7 SKU surpassed the 50% mark of Ice Lake CPU.
For example, 96 EU Tiger Lake i7 is more than three times faster than Ice Lake i3 and more than twice as fast as Ice Lake i7. At the top of the list is the 28W variant of the Tiger Lake i7, which performs more than three times faster than the two Ice Lake chips.
Although it is worth using unconfirmed slides taken by mobile phones rather than screenshots with a lot of salt, _rogame seems to use Fire Strike results to support its credibility. Although low, it does not meet the recommendations of NotebookCheck. Proportion.
Here, they are for reference:
28W TGLU 96EU LP4x: 4514 (180%)
4800U LP4x: 3906 (150.23%)
4700U LP4x: 3464 (133.23%)
25W 1065G7 SL3: 3241 (124.65%)
4500U LP4x : 3192 (122.77%)
4600U DDR4: 2897 (111.42%)
> 15 W 1065G7: 2600 (100%)
TGLU i3 2.7 GHz: 2284% (8645) 47
(864) 47 4500 Yes Because Tiger Lake CPU seeks AMD products that fully surpass competitors. Again, the suggestion is a bit skeptical.