With Intel separating different functional units, this time the 14th generation Core has a small but conscientious change,That is, the media unit is no longer dependent on the GPU, but runs independently, and can play video without a core display.
Couldn’t the previous CPU be able to play video? This is not, but this change moves functions such as video decoding and encoding to a separate functional unit, because Intel’s media unit was previously placed in the GPU unit.
To know,Some Intel processors do not have a core display or disable the core display, which will lead to the lack of media functions of some processors.For example, F-series processors with core graphics disabled cannot support QuickSync transcoding technology, and it is now a very convenient upgrade to be independent from the GPU.
It is worth mentioning that Intel is very enthusiastic about the new generation of video coding standard AV1. The thousand-yuan A380 alone is significantly better than the same level in AV1 video transcoding.AMDAnd NVIDIA graphics card, it is also possible to add AV1 support to the media unit of the 14th generation Core in the future, which can be said to be very helpful for low-end processors.