Intel’s New GPU Said To Be Equivalent To PlayStation 4 Revealed

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Intel, which has not been able to find what it is looking for in the last few years, can reshape its entry-level graphics units with its new generation integrated GPU.

Unable to withstand the absolute rise of AMD on the processor front, Intel wants to try its luck with its new generation iGPUs. Intel’s integrated graphics unit, which is expected to be found in Tiger Lake processors, which will be introduced soon, is said to be equivalent to Sony’s PlayStation 4 console with 1.5 GHz clock speed and 1.84 TFLOPS computing power.

Sisoft Sandra Benchmark tests leaked Intel Tiger Lake processor; According to the claims, 96 EU, 1.84 TFLOP computing power and 1.5 GHz clock speed. Allegedly, the new Intel TGL-U processors will each be a huge iGPU with 96 EU. At this point, if the number of cores in the processor remains the same, we can say that the new processor contains 768 processing units. These cores running at 1.2 GHz can process 1.84 TFLOP.

The power of Intel’s new iGPU seems to be equivalent to PlayStation 4:
Interestingly, these values ​​are at the same level as the graphics power of the original Sony PlayStation 4. It seems that the leak in question came directly from Intel because the driver used was named ‘ReleaseInternal’. In leaked screenshots, Intel Tiger Lake iGPU is paired with a CPU with a basic clock rate of 3.1 GHz.

If we look at the results, Intel’s integrated GPU might offer better performance than NVIDIA’s MX 150 or even the MX 250. In this case, NVIDIA can lower the prices of the entry-level series and prepare the MX 350 against TGL. At this point, the question is whether Intel can meet the demand.

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If Intel can seamlessly release its new processor, this can replace the entry-level graphics units in the industry forever. We will only be able to see if Intel can successfully run this process in the coming days. You can follow us to be informed about the developments in this process.


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