Intel's new integrated graphics is faster than AMD solutions
During previous presentations, Intel has repeatedly stated that next-generation processors will be equipped with "charged" graphics from the Xe family. Recently, the network leaked the results of testing the Intel Core i7 chip of the 11th generation in 3DMark, where its rival was the "four thousandth" AMD Ryzen. The results of the upcoming new product were impressive.
Intel Core i7-1165G7 is manufactured using a 10-nanometer process and is equipped with an Intel Xe graphics core. The base frequency of the "blue" chip was 2.8 GHz (up to 4.4 GHz in Turbo Boost mode with a passport value of up to 4.7 GHz). Its opponent for "synthetics" was the 7-nm AMD Ryzen 4000 processor of the Renoir family with Vega 8 graphics.
In the benchmark 3DMark, 11 Physics CPU scored 11,879 points, in 3D Mark 11 Graphics-6873 points, and the total result was 7370 "parrots". In comparison with Ryzen 7 4800U, the test showed a slight superiority of AMD's solution, which "knocked out" 11,917 points when calculating physics. At the same time, you should keep in mind that the number of cores and threads of your rivals differs significantly: 4/8 for Intel versus 8/16 for AMD. In addition, in terms of graphics, the new "blue" in a number of tests were better.
When compared with the more suitable for the "weight category" Ryzen 7 4700U video core Intel Xe significantly surpassed the achievements of Radeon Vega - its margin in graphics disciplines reached 41.9%.
The announcement of the Intel Tiger Lake processor line is expected this summer.