While AMD may be just behind Intel in gaming processors, Intel may have a record of frequency and take performance awards, but there are certainly two aspects where it won't compete: performance / price / watt and on IGPU.
The first estimate is still to be seen, since the first detailed reviews and especially the first comparisons have not been released, but what has been revealed is exciting data at this time and in the future of the blues in this section of the GPUs.
Gen 12 is no match, Intel loses its first round of battle
Intel's amazing performance boosting Gen 11 vs. Gen 12 at Ice Lake-U is no longer affected by AMD which has once again ousted its rival. Initial data between i7-1065G7
Specifically, the 7-1065G7 too Iris Plus Gen 12 in order 1.1 GHz y 80 EU get highlights 957 points. The Ryzen 7 4800U and his Vega 8 in order 1750 MHz it reaches the points of 1227 points, or similar, is 28.21% faster than Intel's good option today.
But there's more, since Ryzen 7 4700U It can also beat the Intel Gen 12 by 1110 points and a much worse GPU than its older brother. Why is this important? Because AMD not only puts Intel in performance and in the low-cost and far-flung operating segment, but its iGPU also rivals its competitors.
Of course it's not nearly as accurate as would be expected for pure benefits, but from a distance point of view, prices and, ultimately, laptops will include it. AMD has been able to install dual cores such as Intel and 650 MHz more on your iGPU in the same range and usage. There is little that Intel can do to compete here.
Only Tiger Lake-U can solve this problem.
As will happen on desktop and on processors for pure gaming laptops, Intel will have to come in tow from AMD to be able to overcome it, months later to say yes. Initial comparison data provided since Tiger lake-u
Xe's new build will also be another viable alternative that, in theory, will put AMD and Vega on the ropes, because in the same 3DMark test, Xe will reach between 1200 to 1300 points, closer to the future.
Logically we don't know anything about this school's IGPU, but it does indicate that Intel will be in this game, as long as AMD wants it. And is it that the reds should have the following (Navi?) Architecture ready for their iGPUs, where the status quo can be maintained.
These things are true to think ahead of time, but what is certain Tiger lake-u a "small leg" is popping up and will put Intel ahead of AMD, the question is how long?