Intel Skylake GT4e GPU 50 times faster than Broadwell GT3e?

Posted on Monday, May 11 2015 @ 13:42 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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A newly leaked platform overview slide of Intel's Skylake popped up at the AnandTech forums. One of the interesting claims in this marketing material is the statement that a 45W TDP Skylake CPU with GT4e integrated graphics offers up to 50 percent better gaming performance than a 47W TDP Broadwell GT3e processor in identical system configurations.

The GT4e promises to be Intel's best graphics solution to date, this 9th generation graphics solution offers 72 execution units and 128MB eDRAM. The GT3e is Broadwell's most powerful GPU, this eight generation solution offers 48 execution units and 128MB eDRAM.

The new GT4e graphics solution is rumored to be part of the Skylake-H quad-core lineup for laptops, these chips are expected to be out in early 2016.

Intel Skylake features of platform

Via: Tweakers

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