Twitter user Benchleaks spotted benchmark scores for an “Intel Xe” GPU this week, and a closer look at the specs makes it evident that we are looking at an Intel Alchemist GPU for laptops. This confirms that you are going to be able to get Intel’s high-end GPU on a gaming laptop, which is exciting, to say the least.
The scores reveal an Intel Xe GPU with 512 EUs and a clock frequency of 1.8GHz, which is pretty high for a mobile GPU. Xe is the codename for Intel’s overarching GPU architecture, which includes its upcoming Alchemist gaming GPU architecture, Xe-HPG. The system with the GPU also appears to be running on a Tiger Lake CPU (which is a mobile chip) and that pretty much tells us it’s a laptop chip.
[GB5 GPU] Unknown GPUCPU: Intel Core i7-11800H (8C 16T)Min/Max/Avg: 4547/4581/4575 MHzCodename: Tiger LakeCPUID: 806D1 (GenuineIntel)GPU: Intel XeAPI: Open CLScore: 34360, -59.6% vs RTX 2070VRAM: 12.64 GBhttps://t.co/Ux8hj3mwuOSeptember 7, 2021
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