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.
No discrete GPU required
The integrated graphics in the upcoming Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake-U processors could offer twice the performance of Ice Lake making AAA games possible without a dicrete GPU.
CEO confirms holiday season
Intel is preparing for the holiday later this year with Tiger Lake 2nd generation 10nm notebook products that are set to replace its successful Ice Lake.
Bloomberg has rekindled news that Apple has been working on its own chip, and many covered the news claiming that 2021 iPads will get an iPhone chip. Well, they won't as it would not be that powerful to put a 2W TDP chip in a notebook, and instead, the modified version of A14X iPad chip will find its place to the Macbooks of the future. We got a few details confirmed.
Featuring Intel's Xe graphics
Intel's new Next Unit of Computing (NUC) will be based on Tiger Lake processors, and according to the latest details, it will be available in two versions, standard and gaming-oriented, both using 28W Tiger Lake-U CPUs with Intel Xe graphics.
A part of the Intel’s CES 2020 keynote
Intel has showcased a concept PC codenamed Horseshoe Bend, and this gives you an idea of the future of the ultra-portable high-end PCs. Lenovo X1 Fold and Dell concept ORI already showcased their version of the concept, but Intel shared a bit of detail.
Next GPU, code-named DG1 gets a public airing
CES in Las Vegas has Intel talking about its next-generation chips due in 2020: Tiger Lake and how its GPU, code-named DG1 apparently works.