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Intel Battlemage appears with a decent performance boost in the database

Intel Battlemage appears with a decent performance boost in the database

By the end of 2024, Intel is expected to launch new standalone graphics cards in the Arc family, based on the new Xe2 architecture codenamed Battlemage. Intel has developed two variants of the XE2: the XE2-LPG for integrated graphics and the WCCF technology.

The cards in the database have 20 or 24 XE cores, which in total means 160 or 192 “vector engines” and 2560 or 3072 ALUs. Both models have 8MB of L2 cache and 12GB of video memory. The clock frequency is 1.8GHz, but since these are test samples and there is still a long way to go before launch, the final number will eventually reach above 2GHz.

Results in the Sandra test are 6,031 and 7,231MPps respectively, which is comparable to the Arc A770, which has just over 11,000MPps with 32 XE cores. Previously leaked results for Lunar Lake's XE2-LPG cores showed nearly double performance compared to the previous generation, Alchemist.

Intel said earlier this year that the majority of employees in the graphics sector have begun work on Battlemage (XE2), while the rest continue to improve drivers for Alchemist.

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