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“Intel Skylake GT4e GPU is 50 percent more powerful than Broadwell GT3e ‘
In a slide-platform Intel claims that the GT4e GPU, the fastest GPU on the Skylake platform, a 50 percent higher score than the drop GT3e, Broad Wells powerful GPU. Intel relies on a 3DMark score of Skylake chip with a TDP of 45W versus 47W-Broadwell CPU.
Intel claims the performance increase of 50 percent measured to have both 3DMark Vantage and 3DMark 11, with otherwise identical system configurations. This is contained in a platform slide that has appeared on the AnandTech forum. Earlier rumors it can be seen that the GT4e GPU becomes part of the Skylake H-quad cores for laptops, with a TDP of up to 45W. The GT4e Intel’s ninth generation GPU and includes 72 EU ‘s and 128MB eDRAM.
The GT1-, GT2 and GT3 GPU’s Skylake go as with Broadwell 12 respectively, have 24 and 48 eu programs. At Broadwell the GT3e is the most powerful GPU, with 48 eu and 128MB eDRAM. This involves a GPU of the eighth generation; perhaps Intel has made improvements to the architecture.
Intel also expects to Skylake improvements to the Y series, or Core M, is going to bring. The consumption of a Skylake Y-soc would be 60 percent lower than that of the Core M 5Y10 measured when playing 1080p content on a 2-in-1 device with a 11.6 “screen. It goes or for pre-silicon projections, “which final consumption difference might be different.
Later this year, the first Skylake chips should appear, but the Skylake H-quad cores for laptops is perhaps only in early 2016. The first mobile Broadwell quad cores should even appear, which might happen in June.
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