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Intel: a Tiger Lake laptop in action on Battlefield V

Intel: a Tiger Lake laptop in action on Battlefield V

While we were only expecting it for this summer, Ryan Shrout (Chief Performance Strategist at Intel), unveils an overview of the performance of the 11th generation, namely Tiger Lake and its iGPU Xe.

30FPS in 1080p on Battlefield V

With the Tiger Lake processors, the rookies should offer a decent competitor to AMD’s Renoir. Offering up to 4 cores for the U versions and 8 cores for the H versions, all with a promising graphics part (iGPU Xe). The latter should double the graphics performance compared to the Gen 11 equipping Ice Lake.

Today, we get a demo of one of these new processors, from an employee of the firm, Ryan Shrout, who on Twitter just shared a quick gameplay of Battlefield V on a laptop equipped with a Tiger Lake.

As mentioned in the video, the game is set to 1080p resolution, with the graphics settings in high mode. Everything is tested in solo. The Xe chip on this laptop delivers about 30 FPS on this short run, which is pretty good. In comparison on this same stage, a Ryzen 9 4900HS, reaches about 25 FPS, a 20% difference in favor of Intel.

On our side we got 35FPS in 1080p @Low on the Ryzen 5 3400G. In High, we clearly fell below 30FPS, and on top of that it’s a Desktop APU!

In addition, the performance would be brought to improve, this test using the very first drivers and therefore, without any real optimization. One question however remains unanswered: “What version of the iGPU Xe is used? “The one with 96 EU or another one like the one with only 64 or even 32 EU?

Given the result, we are leaning towards the larger version, namely the 96EU. However, these indications seem encouraging for future products from Intel. Let’s keep in mind that the competition is also advancing at the same time.

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