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From the current planning, Ice Lake and Tiger Lake are only used for notebook mobile terminals (14nm will continue on the desktop for the next two years), but with the new technology and new architecture, the performance potential is not to be underestimated.
In the UserBechmark database, two Tiger Lake-U series low-voltage low-power new products (or two grades) have appeared in the database. The 15-25W thermal design power consumption range is routinely covered.4 core 8 threads, the frequency is very low, the benchmark is only 1.3GHz, and the acceleration is only 3.6GHz.However, after all, there is still at least one year since the release, and it is only an initial sample.
Although the frequency is so low, the performance is quite awkward.CPU score single core 146, dual core 286, quad core 551, basically doubled linearlyAnd with all eight threads, you can get 701 points.
What is the level?Eight generations of Core Desktop flagship i7-8700K but also single-core 140, dual-core 274, quad-core 544And it is 6 core 12 threads, 3.7-4.7GHz frequency, 95W thermal design power.
AMD's current flagship, average acceleration of 4.25GHz Ruilong 9 3900X is also completely suppressed, single core 140, dual core 277, quad core 553.
On the GPU side, Tiger Lake-U integrates a low-power version of the 12-generation LP, but the two test scores fluctuate greatly. One of the DX9 tests got 30.2FPS, slightly overIntelUHD 630, another got 58FPS, more than AMD Vega 10.
The DX10 test got 28.8FPS, while the other got only 26.5FPS. Obviously the adjustment is still not perfect.
Although these are only the test data of the UserBenchmark family, and can not reflect the previous performance, but at least we can see that Intel's new architecture is indeed worth looking forward to.