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According to a presentation by Intel ahead of Computex 2019, the upcoming Ice Lake Generation AMD processors from the APU family beat AMD not only in CPU but also in GPU performance. Thanks to the new 10 nanometer architecture, the higher performance is possible with the same TDP according to the information published by Intel.
During the presentation of the Ice Lake generation Intel used two new generation processors with 15 Watt and 25 Watt TDP, whose technical details and names were not mentioned. The Intel Whiskey-Lake processor Core i7 8565U (15 Watt TDP) and an AMD Ryzen 7 3700U (25 Watt TDP) served as comparison. The GT2 graphics unit of the Ice Lake processors has 64 EUs, the predecessor had only 24 EUs active.
The Ice Lake processors could use 8 GB LPDDR4X-3733 RAM during the benchmarks, the Whiskey Lake processor had 16 GB DDR4-2400 available and the competitor product of AMD was equipped with 8 GB DDR4-2400 RAM. Intel also did not reveal whether dual or single-channel...

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