During CES, Intel unveiled its first unique, sample card tentatively named “DG1”. Regarding DG1, due to the limited information published, the outside world is still eager to understand its specifications, game performance and so on. On GeekBench 5, a number of 96 EU units and 4GB memory Gen 12 core products have been published. On closer inspection, this GPU is a discrete graphics card based on the Xe architecture.
In terms of frequency, the minimum 1GHz, the lowest 1.5GHz.
From the OpenCL score horizontal comparison alone, it is close to the level of the GTX 1050, which does not seem to be disappointing given that the 96 EU DG1 is aimed at the notebook platform.
In fact, the DG1 also appeared in the 3D Mark, choose Ryzen 7 4800U (7nm APU), the scene running the highest score of 40%. The Ryzen 7 4800U integrates the 7nm Vega core with 512 stream processors (8CU).
In this way, DG1, although the positioning is constantly particularly high, but in the face of some old 3A or the current mainstream online games, will be completely no problem.
In the official demo, the DG1 can test Star Wars at a minimum of 30FPS at 1080P.