Intel Xe Graphics demoed running Battlefield V 1080p at 30FPS

Published: 17th Jun 2020, 20:47 GMT   Comments

Intel Tiger Lake

Intel’s Ryan Shrout published a short demo of an ultra-thin prototype notebook with Tiger Lake APU. This next-generation architecture will feature new Willow Cove core architecture and also Intel’s latest 12 Generation Xe Graphics.

The previous demos of the Xe Graphics were rather short on details, but this time we are even seeing the framerate of the demo. The integrated Xe graphics in Tiger Lake APU are providing a stable 30+ FPS on 1920x1080p resolution in Battlefield V running at high settings.

The specifications of the Tiger Lake APU in this demo are unknown, but we already know that the Xe-LP sub-architecture might feature up to 96 Execution Units.

Ryan Shrout (Chief Performance Strategist at Intel):

Perks of the job! Took a prototype Tiger Lake system for a spin on Battlefield V to stretch its legs. Impressive thin and light gaming perf with Xe graphics! Early drivers/sw, but it’s the first time I’ve seen this game run like this on integrated gfx. More later this year!

 

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