- Oct 14, 2003
Yes. Those are discrete graphics, not integrated, or even on package. The 15W Tigerlake chip has 96EUs, FYI.Are you sure that the 128, 256, and 512 reference the EU count and not an L4 or graphics working memory cache of some sort similar to the old Iris-Pro setup? That's an awful lot of EUs for a highly memory constrained environment...
With 10nm Intel will transition from eDRAM to HBM generation. PCWatch has stated it was always their plan to use HBM, but they didn't have parts that supported it(hence, eDRAM). We might see Iris versions come with HBM, and certain Kabylake-G successors use it too.
I believe though the PCI Express cards will use GDDR6 to lower costs.