- Oct 14, 2003
Too bad it doesn't show memory configuration on GFXBench.Intel did in fact have a Wide-I/O 2 version of Broxton in the works, but it was likely axed.
The game test results and the ALU results are excellent but the texturing results are not.
The results for the ALU seems to scale with EUs, but unless Broxton has 48EUs running 33% faster than Airmont GPU or so it doesn't make sense. The texturing result doesn't make sense if there's 48 EUs because then it should be comparable with Iris parts that have eDRAM, not be a fraction of it and be lower than Iris ones without eDRAM.
The T-Rex results seem a strength for Gen 9 versus Gen 8 when also compared with Manhattan.