Subsequent to the introduction of the Graphics Execution
Manager earlier this year, Intel had introduced a new acceleration
architecture. UXA, or the UMA Acceleration Architecture, was developed
as a temporary solution based upon the EXA architecture but with support
for the kernel-driven GEM memory management. How though does the UXA
performance compare to that of EXA? In this article we have ran some
benchmarking looking at the Intel graphics performance.