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Intel Labs shows off low-power 22nm graphics chip

Posted on Monday, February 10 2014 @ 13:09:34 CET by

The Tech Report writes Intel Labs showed off a 22nm low-power graphics core at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco. Aimed at mobile and handheld devices, the device promises a big increase in power efficiency but it's unclear against what the core was compared.
This is presumably a device aimed at mobile and handheld systems, and the quoted power-efficiency gains are rather substantial. Intel claims a 2.7x gigaflops-per-watt increase at near-threshold voltage operation and a 1.4x increase in peak gigaflops per watt, which is presumably a best-case scenario at low voltage.
Intel LP 22nm graphic core



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