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Posted by MOFO
 - June 15, 2019, 12:24:23
Comparing a nuc to a laptop is just stupid.
Yawn all you want and try doing some work on the road with your nuc....what a moron.
Posted by George
 - June 13, 2019, 04:47:12
Same score I got on my Coffee Lake NUC 8 with Iris pro 655. Yawn..
Posted by Sid
 - May 30, 2019, 16:23:20
I personally prefer Intel iGPU solution - reason being that I don't have to deal with the nightmare Nvidia Linux drivers are.
This is certainly promising - I can use Linux without any problem. And on the rare occasion I have to use Windows/Adobe CC - this should work like charm.
Posted by Fredrik
 - May 30, 2019, 15:14:20
Very promising information.
A small caution, although after my experience with the thinkpad W541 using hd4600 integrated card and its Nvidia K2100M card having almost the same openCL score.

The K2100M had no problem playing the DX11 version of Pinball arcade while the hd4600 could not not. SO despite a hiigh openCL value the actual gaming performance might still be far off.

But 60000 openCL puts it into GTX 770 and M2200 Nvidia territory.
Posted by S.Yu
 - May 30, 2019, 11:51:54
Of course Intel's not in a position to differentiate between professional and gaming users, and OpenCL should cost very little to support so...
Posted by Redaktion
 - May 30, 2019, 09:57:03
A Geekbench OpenCL benchmark score for Intel's Iris Plus Graphics has been unearthed, and it seems the Ice Lake variant of the iGPU has performed very well. The system in the test was a Dell XPS 13 convertible powered by a 10th Gen i7-1065 G7 processor. The recorded OpenCL score ended up being 61,949 points.