The information has been Intel's largest architecture for 10 years
Next Generation Integrated GPU Information from Intel desktop PCs have duplicated the Internet, realizing that the company is expected to see its biggest architectural change in more than a decade. That is iGPU from 12th generation company that should bring 96 Enforcement Units (Enforcement Units or EU) to ensure a jump in efficiency over the previous generation.
According to the site TechPowerUpOne of the key advantages of the new architecture is that it will free up the execution units from the extra workload to ensure consistency of data between records and reads. This is due to the revamped compiler, which guarantees that the execution units have multiple free processing cycles to produce polygons and other graphics.
However, what should benefit most from the operation is the decision to increase the amount of execution units. Now it's 96 units, a big increase over Intel's most powerful integrated GPU today Iris Pro P580and its 72 EU. These two specifications are also well above the company's current customer line, UHD 630and its 24 executive units.
Also according to the publication, Intel's new graphics chip is expected to perform 40% better than the previous generation – especially thanks to a 33% increase in performance units. In a benchmark CompuBench, the new piece of hardware came with a 1.1 GHz clock, the same frequency as the Iris Pro P580 running under the best possible conditions.
Via: TechPowerUp, CompuBench