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  • Intel Launches Core i5-1155G7 + Core i7-1195G7 Tiger Lake Processors

    Phoronix: Intel Launches Core i5-1155G7 + Core i7-1195G7 Tiger Lake Processors

    Intel is kicking off Computex Taipei 2021 week by announcing new 11th Gen Intel Core processors as well as Intel 5G Solution 5000 as their first 5G product intended for next-gen PCs...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...ntel-i7-1195G7

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    all-core turbo of 4.6GHz
    I was momentarily impressed, until I remembered these are just quad-core and have a 28 W TDP (edit: the all-core turbo will use up to 50 W).

    Still, I hope they offer these in a NUC or NUC Pro. I'm interested in checking out the video transcoding capabilities of these 80 & 96 EU iGPUs.
    Last edited by coder; 31 May 2021, 07:15 AM.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by coder View Post
      I was momentarily impressed, until I remembered these are just quad-core and have a 28 W TDP.

      Still, I hope they offer these in a NUC or NUC Pro. I'm interested in checking out the video transcoding capabilities of these 80 & 96 EU iGPUs.
      Video transcoding won't scale based on the number of EUs. It's pretty much fixed.

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      • #4
        I sure hope they'll have nice open source drivers for these 5G chips. Although, given it's form third party manufacturers, probably not. It'll probably end up being like PowerVR.........

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sandy8925 View Post
          Video transcoding won't scale based on the number of EUs. It's pretty much fixed.​​​​​
          But they know it's a use case, so I'm expecting it to be improved over their Gen9 iGPUs.

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          • #6
            Intel sure loves that 5Ghz number. Keep hitting that drum relentlessly. Too bad most reviewers out there don't investigate sustained clock frequencies and help keep Intel's image in those difficult times.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
              Too bad most reviewers out there don't investigate sustained clock frequencies and help keep Intel's image in those difficult times.
              It's a boost frequency, which is time-limited. There's no secret about that.

              Now, where things get a bit shady is that laptop vendors can tune the boost parameters, based on the power and thermal characteristics of their system. So, you won't necessarily get the same performance as Intel claims, and it can vary from one model to the next.

              What's also shady is that some gaming boards allow the CPUs to boost indefinitely, which skews benchmarks, especially if the test system has better cooling than the typical user (as is often the case).

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              • #8
                The Intel 5G Solution 5000
                Sounds like it was from The Jetsons or Futurama.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by sandy8925 View Post
                  I sure hope they'll have nice open source drivers for these 5G chips. Although, given it's form third party manufacturers, probably not. It'll probably end up being like PowerVR.........
                  They got MediaTek involved, one of the worst offenders when it comes to open source or timely updates.

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                  • #10
                    How much TDP is acceptable in a portable computing device like a notebook or convertible?
                    Intel: Yes!

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