All Systems are based on the same configuration except the main SoC, which are:
The TDP setting is set to the standard 28W (for Core-i3, Core-i5 and Core-i7) except for Celeron(15W) as Celeron SKU doesn’t have option to configure up to 28W for TDP setting.
The common hardware and software configuration is the following:
Let’s have a look at the results…
The UP Xtreme i11 Core-i7 is obviously the fastest, showing major performance gains, together with Core-i5, on applications optimised for multi-threaded processing and specifically:
- 5 times faster than Celeron on parallel compression/decompression, encoding/decoding and openSSL
- 2 to 3 times faster in most other applications
- Up to 2 times faster on integrated GPU performance, where the difference between Core-i7 down to the Celeron is in the number Execution Units and Frequency (not Memory or architecture).
- A particular mention goes to the AI Benchmarks, where the combined results of CPU+GPU and latency show an average of 2 times the performance for Core-i7 than the baseline (Celeron). While if considering only the CPU results, in particular the FPS, the performance for the Core-i7 is 5 times the Celeron.
The UP Xtreme i11 is available from our up-shop.org as board only product, enclosed system and development kit:
▶ UP Xtreme i11 Edge Compute Enabling Kit
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