Skylake Slides Leak, Showing Massive Performance Boost

Skylake Slides Leak, Showing Massive Performance Boost

Skylake Slides Leak, Showing Massive Performance Boost.

Skylake Slides Leak, Showing Massive Performance Boost


Slides for Intel's Skylake CPUs have leaked, showing a massive performance boost when compared to Intel's new Broadwell CPUs, giving Skylake a 10-20% boost in CPU performance and a 50% Gain in Graphics over Broadwell. 

This is highly impressive for Intel, as Broadwell also features boosts in CPU performance over Haswell, at least in terms of Instructions Per Clock. If these numbers hold true when Skylake drops, it will no doubt be a large increase in performance, especially if the CPU overclocks well. 


Skylake Slides Leak, Showing Massive Performance Boost Skylake Slides Leak, Showing Massive Performance Boost  

These slides are mostly mobile focused, so we see a lot of focus on power draw here, that being said Skylake should be exceptionally power efficient when compared to older Intel CPUs.

The largest gains in performance will be in the CPUs integrated GPU, which is improved to a point where it could be considered a decent gaming GPU. With Broadwell we have seen a 100% performance improvement over Haswell in terms of iGPU performance, which is no small feat. With Intel now boasting another 50% performance gain over Broadwell, Intel's integrated GPU performance should start worrying AMD, especially if an i3 part has Intel's Gen 9 Graphics. 


Skylake Slides Leak, Showing Massive Performance Boost  

Skylake is rumored to drop around August 5th at Gamescom 2015 and will likely be the biggest and most highly anticipated launch of recent years. 


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Most Recent Comments

24-07-2015, 06:54:25

10-20% boost in cpu performance, can't see that happening but I will be happily proven wrongQuote

24-07-2015, 07:10:23

Also a little skeptical of this CPU performance boost of 20%, Would be nice but can't see it myself.Quote

24-07-2015, 07:26:08

20% is alot, in single threaded applications maybe

Overall? Not so much. But ill wait patiently.Quote

24-07-2015, 08:13:48

Looks fake, the last letters in features and Broadwell are on the line below...Quote

26-07-2015, 03:09:58

It's more believable if they combined the ST/MT performance increases together for that 20% figure. Also the iGPUs should seriously start worrying AMD and Nvidia in the mobile landscape.Quote

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