- Oct 14, 2003
Both are much lower than expectations. However the Xe architecture relies on the compiler for scheduling so its performance might be impacted greatly by immature drivers. For testing features, lower performance is probably not a big issue.The DG1 sample is performing 59% faster than the Tigerlake sample in the 15 W APU.
In another news about Xe, we can infer as such:
512EU: 75W and 150W versions
Intel document says only the 1 tile(512EU) version is for client. That makes sense as above that its essentially SLI.
Not sure how competitive it will be, but it'll be going against Ampere. The server parts are stated to be 70% faster than the predecessor so it'll be a huge upgrade. If we translate that literally, a hypothetical RTX 3080 might end up at 17TFLOPs.
The 512EU version needs 2GHz to reach that so it'll have to pull off everything to compete.