Intel 11th Gen Core ‘Tiger Lake’ Xe GPU performance matches GeForce MX350

Published: Jul 4th 2020, 09:30 GMT   Comments

Intel’s upcoming Tiger Lake 11th Gen Core series spotted

A series of benchmarks showing yet unreleased Intel 11th Gen Core series has been discovered by @TUM_APISAK and @_rogame. The findings were used for direct comparisons between Tiger Lake SKUs and NVIDIA’s GeForce MX 350 graphics card.

Intel Tiger Lake is the first architecture to feature 10nm Willow Cove core design. The 11th Gen Core series is a successor to Intel Ice Lake for the upcoming low-power mobile devices.

A lot is expected from the new graphics engine, now powered by Gen12 architecture also known as Xe Graphics. The series is expected to deliver around twice the performance over existing Ice Lake graphics.

The first comparison focuses on the NVIDIA MX350 graphics card. This is a Pascal-based low power series for ultra-thin laptops. The graphics card is offered in 25W and 15W variants (for comparison, the whole Tiger lake package has a TDP around 28W for high-end parts).

The overall score is pretty much the same for Pascal and Gen12 graphics, but some sub-benchmarks are clearly showing the advantages of each in very specific scenarios.

Intel Core i7-1165G7 (96 EU Xe Graphics) vs NVIDIA GeForce MX350 

Another comparison shows Tiger Lake i5 compared to the Tiger Lake i7 processor. The first is equipped with 80 Execution Units, while the latter offers 96 EUs -16.7% fewer cores. The performance of the i5-1135G7 is as expected -13.5% lower than I5-1165G7.

Intel Core i5-1135G7 (80 EU Xe Graphics)  vs Intel Core i7-1165G7 (96 EU Xe Graphics) 

Intel Core i5-1135G7 vs Intel Core i7-1165G7 Specifications

Source: Geekbench, Geekbench

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