Intel Xe-based iGPU with 96 EUs spotted in Compubench database

Posted on Monday, Sep 30 2019 @ 10:00 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Benchmark scores of an Intel Gen 12 (Xe-based) integrated graphics processor were spotted in the database of the Compubench benchmark. The new model has 96 execution units (EUs), which is significantly more than what's found in Intel's current IGPs. The firm's current top model, the Iris Pro P580, has 72 EUs, but typical consumer market models like the UHD 630 have just 24 EUs.

TechPowerUp notes that this Gen12 iGPU will likely be 40 percent faster than the best iGPU currently has.
The Gen12 iGPU that was benchmarked increases the EU count by 33% compared to Intel's top performing iGPU - add to that performance increases through the "extensive architecture rework", and we could be looking at an Intel iGPU part that achieves some 40% (speculative) better performance than their current best performer. The part was clocked at 1.1 GHz - and the Iris Pro P580 also clocked to that maximum clock under the best Boost conditions.


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