Intel is already boasting of 1 TFLOP/s compute power of the Gen11 iGPU on "Ice Lake,"...
I have some skepticism about this, and it will depend highly on the MSRP Intel chooses for their "1 TFLOP/s" IGP.
Way back in summer 2013 Intel made their first Iris Pro HD5200
codenamed "Crystalwell". It had a theoretical peak performance of 832 GFLOP/s
, had 40-eu running at 1.3GHz, and a 128MB eDRAM running at 1600MHz. The cheapest MSRP at the time (three SKUs at debut) was still over $300.
Boasting for sure, how much does it cost? I am ridiculously unimpressed with a 20% gain after more than 6 years; either Intel is holding back when they shouldn't or they think people are dumb.
I have a Core i5-5675C with HD6200 -- that I'm not using, I'm just using the L4 cache, gives me an IPC boost with a dedicated graphics card. Still, the HD6200 Iris Pro is like 900 GFLOP/s and debuted way back in 2015 for $290 or so. AMD doubled the graphics performance from 28nm Steamroller APU (Kaveri) to 14nm Raven Ridge (Zen+Vega) APU, for half the price. If Intel's 1TFLOP/s IGP doesn't find it's way into cheaper Core i3's and Pentiums, I don't know what they are doing.