At CES 2020 earlier this year, Intel announced for the first time that Tiger Lake, a next-generation mobile platform, uses a 10nm-plus process that integrates the Willow Cove CPU architecture and Xe GPU core architecture, which will also be available as DG1 discrete graphics cards. At the time, Intel demonstrated a screen of an Xe nuclear prototype notebook running game, but did not release any performance data, and various exposures show that xe-core display can fight AMD Vega, and in many cases even win, which is still the performance of the development phase.
Today, Ryan Shrout, Intel’s chief performance strategist, unveiled a screen of the Xe nuclear run Battlefield 5 game and gave performance data for the first time: 1080p resolution, DX11 mode, high picture quality setting, frame rate is always stable at 30FPS, occasionally as high as 32FPS!
He also stressed that the use of only a prototype, drivers, software are also in the development stage, the final performance will certainly be better.
But Ryan Shrout declined to disclose specific specifications, such as whether there were 96 execution units.
Tiger Lake will soon be released, and a new generation of thin and thin versions will be available in the second half of the year, and the NVIDIA MX series is a unique sign of tension.