Recently, a YouTube channel that goes by the name of Mr. Hardware Testing has posted a video of a user running a benchmark for the Intel Iris XE which is team blue’s recent integrated graphics unit.
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In the video, whose link will be given below, the user has tested both with the sampling on and without the sampling of the 3DMark Feedback feature testing software.
The 3DMark Sampler Feedback feature test shows how games can use sampler feedback to improve performance.
— UL Benchmark website
In the first part, as we can see below, the graphics quality is with the 3DMark Sampler Feedback deactivated, which includes frames per second as well. The video further demonstrates that the graphics are pushed to an average of 44.85 frames per second during the demonstration. In the complete video, the highest frame rate during the test was in fact around 50-51 frames per second.
Mr then activates the 3DMark Sampler Feedback and processes the same test. However this time the average is about 55.80 frames per second and the peak that appeared during the test was around 60-61 FPS.
At the end of the video, MrH reveals the results of the testing and notated a difference of 24.4% increase in quality and frames per second.