The primary benchmark (by the use of Tum_Apisak) of Intel’s Iris Xe DG1 is out. The graphics card’s efficiency is in the similar ballpark as AMD’s four-year-old (*7*)Radeon RX 550 – no less than within the benchmark.
If we examine production processes, the DG1 is clearly the extra complex providing. The DG1 is in response to Intel’s newest 10nm SuperFin procedure node, and the Radeon RX 550 makes use of the Lexa die, which was once constructed with GlobalFoundries’ 14nm procedure. Each the DG1 and Radeon RX 550 hail from Asus’ camp. Theincludes a passive heatsink, whilst the Asus Radeon RX 550 4G does require energetic cooling within the type of a unmarried fan. The Radeon RX 550 is rated for 50W and the DG1 for 30W, which is why the latter can escape with a passive cooler.
The Asus DG1-4G includes a cut-down variant of the Iris Xe Max GPU, that means the graphics playing cards most effective has 80 execution devices (EUs) at its disposal. This configuration quantities to 640 shading devices with a height clock of 1,500 MHz. At the reminiscence aspect, the Asus DG1-4G options 4GB of LPDDR4X-4266 reminiscence throughout a 128-bit reminiscence interface.
At the different aspect of the hoop, the Asus Radeon RX 550 4G comes provided with 512 shading devices with a 1,100 MHz base clock and 1,183 MHz spice up clock. The graphics card’s 4GB of 7 Gbps GDDR5 reminiscence that communicates thru a 128-bit reminiscence bus to pump out a reminiscence bandwidth as much as 112 GBps.