Intel’s Tiger Lake Processor Graphics Performance Outperformed AMD 7 nm Vega

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The performance of Intel’s new processor Tiger Lake, which is expected to be released later this year, seems to be superior to AMD 7 nm Vega. Tiger Lake is 10% faster than AMD 7 nm Vega.

The new Tiger Lake processor, which will come with Intel’s new Xe graphics architecture based on integrated graphics processor, is expected to be released later this year. There have been many rumors about the Xe graphics architecture, but judging by the latest performance, the new Tiger Lake is superior to the improved AMD 7 nm Vega inside the Renoir Ryzen 4000 processor.

When it comes to processors, the performance graph of the new Intel Tiger Lake is not as good as the AMD Ryzen 4900HS. According to the test results, AMD Ryzen 9 4900HS is 64% faster than Intel Tiger Lake. However, when it comes to graphics units, Intel Tiger Lake’s Xe graphics architecture is clearly ahead.

Intel in graphics is ahead of AMD:
When it comes to graphics tests, Intel Tiger Lake’s Xe GPU was found to be up to 10% faster than AMD 7 nm Vega GPU. The Xe GPU, which is seen as fast as 14% in the second graphics test, is expected to be further improved with optimized drivers and improved synchronization.

At this point, we can remember the comparison of the Intel Tiger Lake U chip with AMD’s Ryzen 4000 U-Series processors. The Ryzen 3 Pro 4450U had 4 cores and 8 threads, with a base operating speed of 2.50 GHz and an increased speed of 3.80 GHz. On the Ryzen 5 Pro 4650U there were 6 cores and 12 threads, along with 2.1 GHz base operating speed and 4.0 GHz increased speed. The Intel chip surpassed the Ryzen 4000 Pro processor with 6 cores / 12 threads, while the Ryzen Pro 4450U with 4 cores / 8 threads made a 34% difference.

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Considering that Xe graphics already exceed 7 nm Vega graphics in Ryzen 4000 H-Series chips, it is thought that they will outperform the U-Series parts, but it should not be forgotten that they will still be much improved when the test performances and Xe architecture are finalized.


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