Intel Demos Tiger Lake’s Xe Graphics on Early Laptop Sample with Battlefield V

We’re getting our first take a look at Tiger Lake’s graphics efficiency the usage of Intel Xe graphics, courtesy of Ryan Shrout, the corporate’s leader efficiency strategist.

Shrout posted a video on Twitter these days, appearing an early computer (most likely a instrument building device) operating Battlefield V with the answer set to 1080p and the graphics preset put on prime. The sport seemed to run persistently at 30 frames consistent with 2d, every so often going as prime as 32 fps.

Shrout famous that the instrument and drivers have no longer been finalized.

Earlier, Shrout teased the video with the similar computer proven from any other attitude. It has two Thunderbolt ports (most likely Thunderbolt 4) and a hinge that lifts the keyboard, very similar to the one observed on many Asus ZenBooks. It’s unclear which corporate designed the program; Intel’s take a look at programs frequently don’t have any emblem or Intel’s personal.

We’re anticipating Tiger Lake processors, on a 10nm procedure, to hit this summer season in a sequence of recent notebooks. The platform reportedly convey Thunderbolt 4, characteristic up to date AI engines and, in fact, Intel’s built-in Xe graphics.