Core Ultra 7 155H iGPU Flexes Its Muscle, Outperforming AMD Radeon 780M

Last week, Geekbench witnessed the debut of the Core Ultra 7 155H processor’s integrated graphics benchmark score. Now, a new score for this processor’s integrated graphics has emerged, this time from Geekbench 6 rather than Geekbench 5, showcasing a significant improvement over the previous results. The current score has even surpassed the AMD Radeon 780M integrated graphics.

This latest benchmark comes from the Asus Zenbook 14, equipped with the Core Ultra 7 155H processor and 32GB of memory. The processor features Intel Arc Xe-LPG architecture integrated graphics, comprising 8 Xe-Core groups with a total of 128 Xe vector engines, and a graphics frequency of 2250MHz. It boasts 6 P-Cores, 8 E-Cores, and 2 LP E-Cores, amounting to 16 cores and 22 threads, with a maximum turbo frequency of 4.8GHz. Despite similar frequencies to its predecessor, it’s evident that Asus has opted for a higher TDP setting, allowing the integrated graphics to achieve superior performance.

In the Geekbench 6 OpenCL test, the Core Ultra 7 155H’s integrated graphics scored 33,948, surpassing the AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS with Radeon 780M integrated graphics, which scored 30,585 in the same test. This performance has eclipsed AMD’s currently most powerful integrated graphics. Comparatively, the desktop-level Arc A380 scored 37,105 in the test, indicating that the performance gap between this integrated graphics and the A380 is less than 10%.

The integrated graphics performance of the Meteor Lake is indeed formidable. However, it’s important to note that OpenCL test results do not universally represent performance, and the actual gaming capabilities remain to be observed.