Intel Xe HPG GPU “may” be released next week: 512 execution units, 4,096 cores and 12GB DDR6 (
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Intel has been trying repeatedly to convince their users and manufacturers that their GPU technology is everything they need. However, the company is actually still mediocre in terms of games and graphics-rich applications.
Intel Xe HPG GPU
However, the latest Intel Xe graphics architecture shows that the GPU may show some hope. Having said that, Intel’s new graphics cards actually still lack a key market, but this may still change sometime next week.
Intel Xe is basically the company’s own 12th-generation graphics architecture. It has been introduced into a new brand of GPU. Compared with the previous Intel Iris chips, it has shown greater strength. According to reports, although the technology also covers an integrated GPU like the Intel Iris Xe Max used in notebook computers, more attention is still focused on the company’s own initial discrete GPU.
DG1 GPU Intel Xe HPG
according to SlashGear’s storyIt can be said that these graphics cards are based on the hypothetical DG1 GPU, and these graphics cards are specifically provided to system manufacturers so that they can be sold in pre-built PCs. Now, many consumers, especially gamers, are still waiting for the company’s first commercial GPU.
In fact, this may be the upcoming Intel Xe HPG (short for high-performance graphics), which was teased before 2020. GPU is favored by some enthusiasts, and intends to combine with many upcoming features from integrated Xe-LP, another server Xe-HPC, and large-scale computing Intel Xe-HPC.
Intel Xe HPG GPU specifications
This will be different compared to the current available version of Intel Xe-LP, which is specifically manufactured to meet the gaming needs of its users.Intel has not yet made any commitments on the specific date for launching Intel Xe HPG, but it has conducted a treasure hunt before Wcctech discovery It actually implies that an important event is now scheduled to be announced at 9 a.m. Pacific Standard Time on March 26.
Whether it is the actual final announcement or another announcement of the upcoming announcement, there is still no final information about what viewers should expect. Intel has started the promotion of its upcoming GPU and video trailers as scheduled.
The details of the new Intel Xe HPG “DG2”, except for the new DDR6 memory previously confirmed by Intel last year, are still very slim. Previous leaks also hinted that the card will also have 512 execution units and 4,096 cores, and even 12GB of the aforementioned DDR6 video memory.
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Written by Urian Buenconsejo
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