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Autor Thema: Intel DG2 Xe-HPG specs leak, 512-EU part with 16 GB GDDR6 VRAM can potentially challenge NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 and AMD Radeon RX 6800  (Gelesen 690 mal)

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Intel's upcoming DG2 Xe-HPG GPU for mainstream gamers and content creators may be available in a total of six SKUs, according to leaks doing the rounds. DG2 Xe-HPG variants start from 96 EUs and 4 GB GDDR6 VRAM and will top-out at 512 EUs with 16 GB GDDR6 VRAM to take on NVIDIA GA104 and AMD RX 6800 offerings.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-DG2-Xe-HPG-specs-leak-512-EU-part-with-16-GB-GDDR6-VRAM-can-potentially-challenge-NVIDIA-GeForce-RTX-3070-and-AMD-Radeon-RX-6800.524015.0.html

Sorin

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The bus width will be the bottleneck here. They have to use high core and memory clocks to stay competitive.

eeee

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It's not going to challenge anything, except perhaps our patience.

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Well the Iris Xe iGpus inside the Tiger Lake CPUs are 7nm in-house(not the CPU), so I've heard. And it's not made by TSMC...

8&8

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Alder lake 10++ i5 4c/8t 32 EU iGPU... when they could put 128EU Xe max!
i3, the same , seems that 32EU is a must.

just meh, even in intel you won't get a decent iGPU to play on Bluestack.


Andrew Taylor

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Dying to hear what the basis for the assumption of its performance is.

AMD needed InfinityCache to get away with a 256bit bus on their flagship, so unless Intel have similar tech, they're likely to be languishing in the mid-range.

Matthew Walsh

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Lots of fan boy complaints here. I love nvidia too but I am very keen to see additional competition to amd and nvidia to save spending ridicules amounts on gpus as we do now.

Jaya

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Now nvidia should start developing motherboard for laptops and desktop like amd and Intel.

 

 
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