Intel’s discrete graphics products will cover mainstream, gaming, data centers and other fields, it is said that the consumer-grade first temporary name DG1. The latest steal from foreign whistleblowers says Intel’s thermal design power target for the DG1 is only 25W, about 23 percent higher than the 10nm Tiger Lake’s built-in Gen11 core.
The Gen11 theory has a maximum single floating-point performance equivalent to the GTX 750, in other words, the DG1 can reach the GTX 750 Ti level at 25W power consumption, close to the GTX 950.
Intel has even tested The DG1 chip in some laptops, the sources said, and it’s a good fit to use such energy efficiency on mobile platforms. If it’s a desktop, unless Intel dares to set a price that’s strong enough.
According to previous information, both DG1 and Gen11 are based on the Intel Xe GPU architecture, 10nm process plus, next year. Intel had previously predicted that it was the first discrete graphics card that fully supports all the features of the DX12, and even the drive software has been rewritten and optimized for the UI interface.
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