News Raptor Lake iGPU Catches Up To AMD Vega 10 In OpenGL Benchmark


Mar 16, 2020
I don't think this is a fair comparison. Vega 10 is quite old since newer APUs from AMD all features Vega 8 as the fastest solution. Age aside, the main reason why the 32CU Intel graphics can catch up is likely attributed to the use for DDR5 memory, while the Vega 10 is limited to something like DDR4 2400 or 2666. GPUs being bandwidth hungry will certainly benefit from higher memory bandwidth. And we actually don't know what is the specs of memory used between the 2 test results.


Aug 8, 2019
Nay, its still a distance away from MX350.

I am not concerned with desktop CPUs but if laptop CPUs could have iGPU thats similar to MX350 in performance, it will be great. Imagine we have a laptop that could do some light gaming (MX150 10W variant could run WOT at 720p low settings). If this iGPU could allow WOT 1080p low settings, it will be great improvement.
So is the igpu in the 13900 laptop tested and so is the AMD Vega 10 laptop chip tested. My point is that what people are really interested in is the performance of the new desktop chips.
I believe that the 13900 is going to have more than the 7950X's 2 CU. The 12900k has 32 EU's for example and we can easily assume the same will be true for the 13900.