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Intel reveals their 8th Gen Intel Core G-series processors with RX Vega M Graphics

Intel Performance Comparisons

Intel reveals their 8th Gen Intel Core G-series processors with RX Vega M Graphics

Intel Performance Comparisons

Intel has released some early performance numbers for their new SoC, comparing it to systems using older Intel CPUs with Nvidia Graphics. Below is a use-case that compared Intel's i7 4720Hq with a GTX 950M to an Intel 8th Generation processor with a Radeon RX Vega M GL graphics processor. 

This comparison gives Intel a significant lead, which when combined with the power and spatial saving offered by Intel new unit makes this product extremely compelling. 

 

Intel reveals their 8th Gen Intel Core G-series processors with RX Vega M Graphics

 

This second comparison compares this same unit with an RX Vega GL graphics chip to a newer Intel system with an i7 8550U and a GTX 1050 Graphics card, with the new Intel SoC offering a 10-40% performance advantage. 

Please note that Vermintide 2 has not been released, so the game's relative performance could change with additional optimisations and development time. 

  
Intel reveals their 8th Gen Intel Core G-series processors with RX Vega M Graphics  

The comparison below compares a three-year-old notebook with an i7 4720HQ and a GTX 960M GPU with a system with an 8th Generation Intel core processor with an RX Vega M GH graphics unit, delivering an impressive performance gain in gaming applications. 

This SoC seems ideal for 1080p 60FPS gameplay, provided users are willing to tinker with their graphical settings a little. 

 

Intel reveals their 8th Gen Intel Core G-series processors with RX Vega M Graphics  

Things remain impressive when this new unit is compared to a Nvidia GTX 1060 MaxQ based system, with the all-Intel (well, arguably Intel/AMD) system offering a notable performance advantage. Not bad for a CPU/GPU combo in a single package. 

Intel reveals their 8th Gen Intel Core G-series processors with RX Vega M Graphics  

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08-01-2018, 01:40:36

NeverBackDown
Finally announced only took like 6 monthsQuote

08-01-2018, 04:16:52

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like that dance song....i will believe it....when i see it.....Quote
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