Can Intel beat AMD in the field of embedded GPUs?

The first details about Intel's Arrow Lake generation processors have appeared on the web. Such CPUs should be released approximately in 2023 after the Meteor Lake generation. 

In this case, we are talking about Arrow Lake-P mobile processors. The source speaks of six large and eight small nuclei. This will be the maximum for this line, but not the maximum for mobile CPUs of this generation in general. Recall that the desktop will supposedly contain up to 8 large and 32 small cores. 

Things are more interesting with the GPU. Currently, top-end Tiger Lake processors contain GPU Xe with 96 execution units. In Arrow Lake, their number will be increased to an impressive 320, that is, it will be 2560 cores, of course, if the structure of the computing units in the GPU is preserved. Considering that this will also change the architecture, the performance gain should be huge. 

Whether Intel will be able to bypass AMD in the field of the most productive GPUs in a few years is anyone's guess, but the application looks serious.

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