Architecture Overview for Intel® Processor Graphics Gen11
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Intel® Processor Graphics is a proprietary Intel® technology that provides graphics, compute, media, and display capabilities for many of Intel’s processor system-on-a-chip (SoC) products. This whitepaper focuses on the components of Gen11 architecture. For short hand, in this paper we may use the term Gen11 to refer to just those components. Processor products derived from Intel processor graphics Gen11 will be released in the near future.
Intel’s on-die integrated processor graphics architecture offers outstanding real time 3D rendering and media performance. In addition, its underlying compute architecture also offers general purpose compute capabilities that delivers up to a teraFLOP performance. The architecture of Intel processor graphics delivers a full complement of high-throughput floating-point and integer compute capabilities, a layered high bandwidth memory hierarchy, and deep integration with on-die CPUs and other on-die SoC devices. While Gen11 will typically ship with 64EUs, there may be different configurations.
- Up to a teraFLOP performance
- Coarse pixel shading (CPS)
- Position only shading tile based rendering (PTBR)