Intel XeSS Delivers Massive Gains For Arc iGPUs Featured on Upcoming Meteor Lake CPUs
The demonstration which was revealed throughout the Intel Tech Tour Malaysia, showcased a concealed Intel Meteor Lake (1st Gen Core Ultra) CPU running Dying Light 2. Passing away Light 2 is a AAA video game with some lovely good graphics and what Intel revealed were 2 similar systems performing at the exact same TDP of around 28-30W. The test was particularly selected to display the graphics efficiency of Intel's upcoming Arc Alchemist incorporated graphics architecture which is included within the Meteor Lake GPU tile.
The Intel Meteor Lake system left wing was running Dying Light 2 at a native resolution of 1080p while the system on the right was running the XeSS Quality pre-programmed which utilizes an internal 720p resolution and upscales it to 1080p (1.5 x scaling aspect). Intel Arc has up until now just been offered in discrete type aspect so this is the very first time we are in fact seeing incorporated Arc GPUs in action.
Just like the Arc discrete household, the Alchemist architecture for Meteor Lake CPUs likewise features assistance for a variety of functions such as ray tracing and XeSS. The XeSS innovation is a significant and important part for integrated graphics given that it can provide huge increases to efficiency and can assist drive 60+ FPS in 1080p video gaming circumstances with a good mix of settings.
This demonstration reveals precisely that with the Intel Meteor Lake Arc incorporated graphics providing up to a 2x increase in FPS at the exact same wattage. In many cases, the increase can drop to 20-30% however it remains over 50% through most of the demonstration which is a good idea and this is XeSS Quality predetermined so we can anticipate much more efficiency utilizing Balanced and Performance modes.
2 of 9 AMD's RDNA 3 GPUs likewise include FSR assistance which assists drive substantial efficiency gains over the native res which makes Phoenix APUs among the fastest chips around when comparing integrated graphics efficiency. This will likewise play a vital function in upcoming portable tablets and consoles which are visiting a significant adoption for Meteor Lake CPUs. Presently, AMD is the indisputable king of this sector however it was just recently seen that some producers have actually begun embracing Intel's Meteor
Lake chips for their approaching handhelds which may end up being a practical option and one that warms up the portable market. With Meteor Lake, Intel
|is intending to protect that management and take on both AMD APUs and NVIDIA's entry-level discrete GPUs.||Intel didn't share the real efficiency numbers however it is most likely that we will see them in||the coming months as we get closer to the launch of Meteor Lake|
|which is on the 14th of December.||Intel Meteor Lake vs AMD Ryzen Z1 Handheld Chips:||CPU Name Intel||Meteor Lake|
|AMD Ryzen Z1 Process Node Intel 4(7nm EUV)TSMC 4nm Max Cores/Threads 16/22 8/16 Max Clocks 5.1 GHz 5.1 GHz Max Cache 22 MB 16 MB TDP Range 20-35W 9-30W GPU Architecture|
|Arc Alchemist RDNA 3 Max GPU Cores 8 Xe-Cores 12 CUs Peak TFLOPs 4.5 TFLOPs(Arc Graphics|
|5)8.9 TFLOPs(Radeon 780M)Launch Q4 2023 Q3 2023|