After the failure of i740 in 1998, Intel has been sticking to the core display market. However, in 2020, they will return to the high-performance display market. This year, they will launch the Xe graphics card, and the first product will use the low-power architecture of xe_lp.
Recently, Intel has been recognized by Microsoft's studios, and has supported two important dx12 technologies in the games of gears statistics, even though it has not yet appeared on the market.
"Gears tactics" game is expected to be launched on April 28. The coalition, a developer, has reached a cooperation with Intel to comprehensively optimize the performance of Xe architecture,They said they were working closely with Intel during the development of the game to seamlessly optimize its performance on light and thin books, desktops and devices that have not yet been released, including the Xe video card device that debuted this year.
In addition,The game will also enable VRS variable frame rate and asynchronous operation on the Xe video card, both of which are important technologies in the latest version of dx12To help improve performance.
Intel's Xe architecture is divided into three levels: LP low-power, HP high-performance and HPC high-performance computing. This year's gen12 core display on the 10nm tiger Lake processor will launch the Xe LP architecture. The desktop level display is DG1, which is homologous with gen12, but the scale will be larger. It is likely to be the first independent display of the Xe architecture, which will come out at the end of this year.
Based on the previously leaked information,DG1 display has 96 groups of EU execution units, a total of 768 cores, basic frequency 1GHz, acceleration frequency 1.5GHz, 1MB L2 cache and 3gb video memory, TDP of 25W.
If compared with the gen11 core display of i7-1065g7, the number of stream processors is increased by 50%, and the acceleration frequency is 1.5GHz to 1.1GHz, which is increased by 36%.
Presumably,The performance of DG1 is equivalent to that of gtx950, about 15% lower than that of GTX 1050。