The series of Intel 10nm Ice Lake leaks continue. This morning we shared the Geekbench score of the Core i5-1034G1 powering Dell’s XPS 13 7390 2-in-1 convertible. Before that, the Core i7-1065G7 and the SiSoft listing of the Core i5-1035G4 were spotted. However, out of the three, only one had the G7 suffix (indicating the fully enabled Gen11 iGPU). The Core i5-1035G7 appears to be the Iris Plus variant of the i5-1035G4, and we have the GFXBench of the iGPU, courtesy of a reputed Twitter leaker.

10th Gen Intel Core i5-1035G7

The Gen11 iGPU once again is the highlight of the Ice Lake CPU, as it trades blows with the Turing based NVIDIA GeForce MX230, a discrete GPU. Overall, the two graphics processors are evenly matched, but the Iris Plus manages to edge past the MX230 in some of the benchmarks. In Car Chase, it’s more than a 100FPS faster, while in Tesselation, ALU2 and Driver Overhead 2 tests, it’s ahead by just a handful of frames. The NVIDIA GPU is however faster in T-Rex, Manhattan and Texturing benchmarks.

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10th Gen Intel Core i5-1035G7

The Gen11 iGPU can be seen as Intel’s first stab at the lower-end discrete GPU market. It has been designed by the same people who are working on the Xe graphics cards. The iGPU will compete with the AMD Radeon RX Vega 9/10 and NVIDIA’s MX GPUs.

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