Intel formally announced its 11th Gen Core mobile processor family, known by the code name Tiger Lake, a few weeks ago and made some bold performance claims. Now the benchmarks are out and suggest that Intel's claims might have legs.
With Iris Xe graphics and Intel Evo Platform
Although most of the details regarding Intel's new 11th gen Core CPUs, codename Tiger Lake, has already been detailed during the Intel Architecture Day 2020, today we have details about the SKUs and their details, performance, and Intel's new Evo Platform.
Shows some features and Intel Iris Xe and Core logos
Promotional videos for Intel's upcoming 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake CPUs have gone online, showing some features as well as new logos for the CPU, Iris Xe discrete DG1 and Xe Gen 12 iGPU, and EVO Powered by Core logos.
10nm SuperFin, Willow Cove CPU, Xe LP GPU and more
During its Architecture Day 2020, Intel had a lot to show, but a big part of it was the upcoming 11th gen Core Tiger Lake SoC which will launch for notebooks this year.
Intel senior graphics fellow confirms
One of the great advantages of taking part at the virtual architecture day at Intel is the chance to chat with the speakers and learn a tad more. David Blythe, a senior fellow graphics architect behind the Xe LP design, as well as Gen 11 GPU, has shared a few interesting details about Xe LP.
SuperFin 10nm, high-end Xe graphics, new Core, Tiger lake, and more.
Technology Day online can work, and it did work well for Intel. Intel engineering team lead by Chief Architect Raja Koduri and Intel fellows have shown us an incredible amount of news wrapped around six pillars of technology innovation.
The virtual launch event on September 2nd
Intel has already shed some details about its Tiger Lake family and the next big announcement is now set for August 13th, with an official virtual launch event scheduled for September 2nd.
11th Gen CPU's integrated Xe graphics not that bad
A leak from a normally reliable source has showed that Intel Tiger Lake i7-1165G7 and its integrated Xe graphics comes out well against a 25W Nvidia MX350 discrete GPU.
Coming later this year
Intel has showcased its Tiger Lake notebook prototype running Battlefield V game at 1080p with over 30 frames per second, which is a pretty nice feat for an integrated Xe graphics.
Hades Follow up / Panther Canyon
Hades Canyon was the Intel’s first and last attempt to use AMD Radeon graphics connected to its eight-generation Core processor, all in a 100W TDP small form factor package. Now Intel plans a successor to that machine in the later part of 2020.