Intel Iris Xe Max Discrete GPU for Slim Laptops

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The first feature of the company was the new Xe graphic architecture from Intel’s 11th Gen Core “Tiger Lake” CPUs. Same as the laptops which were built around the CPU are going on sale. Intel Iris Xe Max

and it was in many parts of the world, The Company also said that some of them will have also to ship its first discrete GPU.

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The Intel Iris Xe Max. And in the surprise announcement. Intel discloses how laptops can use integrated and discrete Xe GPUs together to make the increase graphics performance.

Intel Iris Xe Max

And the Iris Xe name first leaked when Intel included the product badge in a presentation of its brand identify overhaul in September.

The Intel Iris Xe Max GPU is based on the same Xe-LP GPU as the integrated GPUs in 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake processors.

It is targeted at thin-and-light laptops and will be able to work in conjunction with an integrated GPU. This is enabled through a software framework that Intel calls this Deep Link. The primary applications that can be accelerated by “stacking” the capabilities of both GPUs include AI internecine and video encoding.

Deep Link is also able to dynamically manage power and thermal headroom between the GPU and CPU, resulting in a claimed 20 percent improvement in CPU performance .

when the GPU is idle. This is similar to AMD’s Smart Shift power optimization feature.

Intel claims up to 7 times faster AI-based content creation on the 11th Gen Core i7-1165G7 CPU plus Iris Xe Max GPU compared to a laptop with a 10th Gen Intel Core i7-1065G7 CPU and Nvidia GeForce MX350 GPU.

As for media encoding, Intel says it has achieved 1.78X better results than with a Core i9-10980HK and GeForce RTX 2080 Super (MaxQ).

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