Intel UHD Graphics 64EUs (Alder Lake 12th Gen) vs Intel UHD Graphics Xe 16EUs (Tiger Lake-H)
Intel UHD Graphics 64EUs (Alder Lake 12th Gen)► remove from comparison
The Intel UHD Graphics 80EUs (12th Gen Alder Lake GPU, Xe Architecture with 80 EUs) is an integrated graphics card in the mid range Alder-Lake CPUs. It is using the new Xe architecture (Gen12) and was introduced with the Alder Lake-H series. In theoretical benchmarks the GPU is on par with the Radeon RX Vega 8 (iGPU of Ryzen 4000 CPUs) but in games the performance is a bit worse due to less optimized drivers (in 2022). E.g. in our tests only low demanding games like GRID Legends were playable in low settings.
The SoC is manufactured in an improved 10nm process (called Intel 7).
Intel UHD Graphics Xe 16EUs (Tiger Lake-H)► remove from comparison
The Intel UHD Graphics Xe 750 (Rocket-Lake GPU with 16 EUs) is a integrated graphics card in the low end Tiger Lake-H CPUs. It is using the new Xe architecture (Gen12) and was announced in May 2021. This variant only uses 16 of the 32 EUs in the chip (=128 shaders) and therefore is significantly slower than the 32 EU version.
Compared to the previous generation of UHD Graphics ,the Xe architecture and the improved shader count lead to a big leap in graphics performance.
|Intel UHD Graphics 64EUs (Alder Lake 12th Gen)||Intel UHD Graphics Xe 16EUs (Tiger Lake-H)|
|Gen. 12 / Xe Series|
|Codename||Alder Lake Xe||Tiger Lake Xe|
|Architecture||Gen. 12||Gen. 12|
|Pipelines||64 - unified||16 - unified|
|Core Speed||1400 (Boost) MHz||350 - 1450 (Boost) MHz|
|API||DirectX 12_1, OpenGL 4.6||DirectX 12_1, OpenGL 4.6|
|technology||10 nm||10 nm|
|Date of Announcement||04.01.2022||30.03.2021|