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I wonder what that block labelled "POSH" does. Sounds expensive...<pic>
Broadwell had a GT3 variant, with 48 EUs. However, in Skylake, there was a GT4 variant with 72 EUs.What is missing in the picture, is that it's an 'iris plus' variant, that was seen also at the Broadwell mobile segment.
It have its own dedicated 'level4 cache' at cpu, of 64MB (at the Broadwell).
Since the Iris Pro variants are so sparse to see (it was only made for Broadwell, mobile unit), its doubtful these testresults are that impressive.
You mean Kaby Lake G?so the AMD apu was a temporary solutions
Acording to tests, I think here at tomshardware, they were upward 150% faster than (2.5 times) than their none edramm variants.Broadwell had a GT3 variant, with 48 EUs. However, in Skylake, there was a GT4 variant with 72 EUs.
According to what I recall, the Iris Pro w/ eDRAM were possibly even bottlenecked on accessing it. The eDRAM bandwidth was much lower than you'd expect.
You mean like a multi-GPU configuration paired with the integrated graphics? Considering that this appears to only offer roughly GT 1030-level performance, while even something like a GTX 1060 or RX 580 would likely be around 4 times as fast, any performance benefits from pairing it with anything but a low-end card would be minimal. AMD offered something similar some years back...If they can make a great GPU for their discrete graphic card and make them work with this iGPU 2020 could be very interesting.