Intel hopes to use “Tiger Lake” to launch its U-series 11th-generation Intel Core SoC, thereby providing its new internal Intel Xe graphics in a notebook for the first time. It has now been demonstrated to the public and dares to compare it with AMD’s current top chips.
Intel promises (via @h0x0d) that with “Tiger Lake” chips (such as the Intel Core i7-1185G7 with the new Intel Xe-GPU), you will be able to lag far behind AMD. Compared with the AMD Ryzen U-SoC that is currently to be implemented in various detail areas, the company is talking about increasing performance by up to 35% and having greater performance advantages.
One wants to leave AMD clearly behind
For example, compared with AMD Ryzen 7 4800U, when using Photoshop or Adobe Premiere to edit images and videos, the processing speed is increased by 2 to 2.7 times. Intel also believes that it has a clear advantage in gaming because even in top games, they also hope to provide about 20% higher graphics performance than the current top SoC of the AMD Ryzen 7 U series.
It clearly shows that even if the example shown is only for chips that consume up to 15 watts and are hardly used for games, Intel can keep up with competitors through its Xe series of new graphics chips and graphics solutions. -But it has a place in ultra-portable notebooks.
Goodbye to low-end additional graphics?
In the presentation, Intel also indicated that the new Intel GPU in the Core i7 chip used for comparison ensures that in many cases in the future, low-end additional graphics chips (such as Nvidia GeForce MX350) will become redundant. Basically, the integrated GPU of the “Tiger Lake” SoC has the same performance level, so the deadline is very long.
When comparing Intel, it should be noted that the top model of the new product series is used: According to the document, Core i7-1185G7 provides four processing cores, eight threads, 96 graphics processing units, twelve megabytes of cache, and 12 to The power consumption of 28 watts is specified. Intel has specified a proud base clock of 3 GHz, so a single core can be accelerated to 4.8 GHz.
In a short period of time, the operating speed of all four cores can also be greatly increased, reaching an astonishing 4.3 GHz. In addition, the operating frequency of Intel Xe GPU is as high as 1350 MHz. All other models in the 11th generation Intel Core U series run slower. Formally speaking, as part of this year’s digital IFA 2020, Intel may have to wait until the evening to notify the new chip.
11th Generation Intel Core Processors (Tiger Lake-U)
|Model||Cores / Threads||Base clock||Max. Cycle||Cache (MB)||Iris Xe (EU)||DDR4 / LPDDR4x||TDP|
|i7-1185G7||4C / 8T||3.0||4.8||12th||96||3200/4266||28W|
|i7-1165G7||4C / 8T||2.8||4.7||12th||96||3200/4266||28W|
|i5-1135G7||4C / 8T||2.4||4.2||8th||80||3200/4266||28W|
|i3-1125G4 *||4C / 8T||2.0||3.7||8th||48||3200/3733||28W|
|i3-1115G4||2C / 4T||3.0||4.1||6th||48||3200/3733||28W|
|i7-1160G7||4C / 8T||1.2||4.4||12th||96||– / 4266||15W|
|i5-1130G7||4C / 8T||1.1||4.0||8th||80||– / 4266||15W|
|i3-1120G4 *||4C / 8T||1.1||3.5||8th||48||– / 4266||15W|
|i3-1110G4||2C / 4T||1.8||3.9||6th||48||– / 4266||15W|
|* Will not appear until 2021|