Ashes of the Singularity scores for Intel Gen11 GPU are allegedly leaked on Twitter
GDC 2019 has seen a number of interesting launches on Intel's part. The company has unveiled its new Xe line of discrete graphics, along with the Graphics Command Center suite. Not only that, but it has also built hype for its 9th-gen laptop CPUs. Among all this, one could be forgiven for losing sight of the new Gen 11 GPU. However, these new integrated graphics already have a compelling potential spec: 1 teraflop (TFLOP) in compute performance.
The notorious leaker Tum Apisak claims to have an insight into this new processor's actual capabilities already. He has posted Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation benchmark scores allegedly associated with the component. They are indeed impressive, with an average frame-rate of 20.4 on a normal batch, 15.7 on a medium batch, and 11.6 on a heavy batch. This gives an overall frame-rate of 15.4, and a score of 1,400 (albeit on a 'low' preset) overall.
For context, the tipster also displayed matching Intel UHD 620 scores. These older integrated graphics achieved half the Gen 11's score under the same conditions, with frame-rates to match. Therefore, the CPUs that come paired with its new successor may be capable of much more stand-alone graphics performance than normal.