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Architecture Day 2020

Demos

Intel® Xe-LP Enhanced Gaming on a Thin & Light Platform

  • XE-LP system 1: Preproduction TGL-U FFD; Memory: LPDDR4-4267, 32 GB; Driver: Intel UHD Graphics gfx-driver-ci-master-5252; Storage: Samsung 512GB SSD; OS: Win10-RS5 Build 18363.720; Application: Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, Grid, Mount & Blade II: Bannerlord, Doom Eternal
  • XE-LP system 2: TGL-U RVP; platforms set to fixed CPU frequency and max GT Frequency, Memory: LPDDR4-4267, 16GB, 2ch 2r; Driver: Intel UHD Graphics gfx-driver-ci-master-4610; Storage: Intel SSD 660p; OS: Win10-RS5 Build 18363.720; Application: Battlefield V, Battlefield 1, Grid
  • Gen 11 Baseline system: ICL-U RVP; platforms set to fixed CPU frequency and max GT Frequency, Memory: LPDDR4-3733, 16GB, 2ch 2r; Driver: Intel UHD Graphics gfx-driver-ci-master-4610; Storage: Intel SSD 660p; OS: Win10-RS5 Build 18363.720; Application: Battlefield 1, Grid
  • Xe-LP Tiger Lake 15W Proxy: TGL-U RVP: pre-production platform set to lower fixed CPU & GT frequency to approximate 15W, Memory: LPDDR4-4267, 16GB, 2ch 2r; Driver: Intel UHD Graphics gfx-driver-ci-master-4610; Storage: Intel SSD 660p; OS: Win10-RS5 Build 18363.720; Application: Battlefield 1
  • Testing by Intel between 5/13/20 – 7/31/20

Gen over Gen AI Acceleration on Intel GPUs

  • System 1: WHL-U RVP; Memory: DDR4-2400, 16GB; Driver: Intel UHD Graphics gfx-driver-ci-master-5252; Storage: Intel SSD 760p; OS: Win10-RS5 Build 18363; Application: Gigapixel AI
  • System 2: ICL-U RVP; Memory: DDR4-2133, 16GB; Driver: Intel UHD Graphics gfx-driver-ci-master-5252; Storage: Intel SSD 760p; OS: Win10-RS5 Build 18363; Application: Gigapixel AI
  • System 3: TGL-U RVP: Memory: LPDDR4-4267, 16GB; Driver: Intel UHD Graphics gfx-driver-ci-master-5252; Storage: Intel SSD 760p; OS: Win10-RS5 Build 18363; Application: Gigapixel AI
  • Testing by Intel as of 6/30/20

Xe-HP

  • System: XE-HP 1T/2T/4T; Processor-1S ICX-HCC (connected to Whitley Host); Memory: DDR-3200, 32GB; Driver: 5.4.17 (Ubuntu); Storage: 1000GB SATA HDD; OS: Ubuntu 19.10; Applications: FFmpeg & clpeak
  • “Most FP32 peak performance in a single GPU package” based on FP32 peak performance, as measured by the Clpeak benchmark, on the 2T and 4T packages for Xe-HP architecture. These packages perform at over 21TF and over 42TF of peak FP32 performance, respectively, as compared to the A100 architecture (https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/data-center/a100/, last accessed August 7, 2020), and the AMD Radeon Instinct architecture (https://www.amd.com/en/graphics/servers-radeon-instinct-mi, last accessed August 7, 2020).
  • Testing by Intel as of 8/4/20

Fast Inferencing using Intel’s DL Boost with Bfloat16

  • System: 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor: 1-node, 4x 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8380H processor (pre-production 28C, 250W) on Intel Reference Platform (Cooper City) with 384 GB (24 slots / 16GB / 3200) total memory, ucode 0x700001b, HT on, Turbo on, with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Linux 5.4.0-29-generic, Intel SSD 800GB OS Drive, ResNet-50 v1.5 Throughput, https://github.com/Intel-tensorflow/tensorflow -b bf16/base, commit#6ef2116e6a09, Modelzoo: https://github.com/IntelAI/models/ -b v1.6.1, Imagenet dataset, oneDNN 1.4, FP32, BF16, global BS=1024, 4 instances, 28-cores/instance, test by Intel on 06/01/2020.

Intelligent Shading with Intel Xe Graphics

  • System: TGL-U RVP; platform set to fixed CPU frequency and max GT Frequency, Memory: LPDDR4-4267, 16GB, 2ch 2r; Driver: Intel UHD Graphics gfx-driver-ci-master-4610; Storage: Intel SSD 660p; OS: Win10-RS5 Build 18363.720; Application: Grid
  • Testing by Intel as of 7/14/20

Frequency Uplift with Willow Cove CPU Core

  • Baseline system: ICL-U RVP; Memory: LPDDR4-3733, 16GB, 2ch 2r; Storage: Intel SSD 760p; OS: Win10 19H1-18362.30; Application: WebXPRT 3 benchmark
  • Tiger Lake system: TGL-U RVP; Memory: LPDDR4-4267, 16GB, 2ch 2r; Storage: Intel SSD 660p; OS: Win10 20H1; Application: WebXPRT 3 benchmark
  • Testing by Intel as of 5/19/20

Other

Lakefield claims

  • Up to 24% higher power efficiency
    • Based on WebXPRT*3 score per watt on Intel® Core™ i5-L16G7 processor (LFK) PL1=7W TDP, 5C5T, Memory: 2X4GB LPDDR4x - 4267MHz, Storage: Intel® 760p m.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, Display Resolution: 1920x1080 for Performance; 25x14 eDP 13.3”, OS: Windows 10 19H2 (18363.535), Graphics driver: 26.20.100.7916 as compared to Intel® Core™ i7-8500Y processor(AML-Y 22), PL1=5.0W TDP, 2C4T, Turbo up to 4.2GHz, Memory: 2x4GB LPDDR3-1866, Storage: Intel® 760p SSD, Display Resolution:1920x1080, Windows 10 Build RS3 17134.112, Graphics driver:whl.1006167-v2.
    • Testing by Intel as of April 2020.
  • Up to 91% lower standby power
    • Based on Intel® Core™ i5-L16G7 processor (LFK) PL1=7W TDP, 5C5T, Memory: 2X4GB LPDDR4x - 4267MHz, Storage: Intel® 760p m.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, Display Resolution: 1920x1080 for Performance; 25x14 eDP 13.3”, OS: Windows 10 19H2 (18363.535), Graphics driver: 26.20.100.7916 as compared to Intel® Core™ i7-8500Y processor(AML-Y 22), PL1=5.0W TDP, 2C4T, Turbo up to 4.2GHz, Memory: 2x4GB LPDDR3-1866, Storage: Intel® 760p SSD, Display Resolution:1920x1080, Windows 10 Build RS3 17134.112, Graphics driver:whl.1006167-v2.
    • Testing by Intel as of April 2020.
  • Up to 33% higher web performance
    • As measured by WebXPRT*3 score on Intel® Core™ i5-L16G7 processor (LFK) PL1=7W TDP, 5C5T, Memory: 2X4GB LPDDR4x - 4267MHz, Storage: Intel® 760p m.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, Display Resolution: 1920x1080 for Performance; 25x14 eDP 13.3”, OS: Windows 10 19H2 (18363.535), Graphics driver: 26.20.100.7916, with Sunny Cove on and off.
    • Testing by Intel as of April 2020.
  • Up to 17% higher power efficiency
    • As measured by WebXPRT*3 score per Watt on Intel® Core™ i5-L16G7 processor (LFK) PL1=7W TDP, 5C5T, Memory: 2X4GB LPDDR4x - 4267MHz, Storage: Intel® 760p m.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, Display Resolution: 1920x1080 for Performance; 25x14 eDP 13.3”, OS: Windows 10 19H2 (18363.535), Graphics driver: 26.20.100.7916, with Sunny Cove on and off.
    • Testing by Intel as of April 2020.

Agilex performance and power claims

  • Based on internal builds of Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Design Software on a wide variety of internal benchmarks. The computer systems used for the evaluations were Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2690 v4 @ 2.60GHz class machines running Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 6.10 (Santiago) operating system. The performance results represent average improvements across a wide variety of internal benchmarks, and results may vary for each testcase.
  • Testing by Intel as of January 2020.

Scale out DLRM training performance claims

  • Based on Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8280 CPU; Bios: SE5C620.86B.02.01.0009.092820190230; Memory: 12x 18ASF2G72PDZ-2G6D1; Network: 2x Intel Corporation Omni-Path HFI Silicon 100 Series; OS: Cent OS 7.6; Bootline: BOOT_​IMAGE=/vmlinuz-3.10.0-957.el7.x86_​64 rhgb quiet intel_​pstate=disable nmi_​watchdog=0 intel_​idle.max_​cstate=1 nohz_​full=2-111 LANG=en_​US.UTF-8; OPA stack: 10.9.2.0-7; Pytorch: 1.4.1. 26 sockets refers to 13 dual-socket nodes and 1 socket refers to 1 node of Intel Xeon 8280. 1 socket optimization was achieved with Intel extension of PyTorch.
  • Testing by Intel as of March - April 2020.

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