Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

Intel officially unveiled its first Xe architecture graphics card DG1 at the CES show, which is the first Intel to enter the high-performance GPU market after the introduction of the i740 in 1998, although the specific specifications have not yet been announced, but the appearance of the DG1 graphics card was stolen, the public version of the design of the super handsome, face value online. Guru3d doesn’t know why Intel’s official PPT was stolen, introducing the features and design of the DG1 graphics card, some of which Intel announced at the CES show, but the appearance was not made public.

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

The Tiger Lake processor will also integrate the Xe architecture’s GPU, or Gen12 core display, and its GPU performance will improve significantly, as previously said to be double the size of Gen11 to 2TFLOPS, which is sufficient.

In addition, Tiger Lake’s CPU will upgrade the Willow Cove core with double-digit performance, or no less than 10%.

The third performance boost is AI, which integrates AI acceleration from today’s 10nm Ice Lake, and it’s normal for AI performance to soar several times.

Intel Tiger Lake AI Engine Introduces Xe GPU Architecture: Pc Sits Smarter

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

Intel’s Xe architecture has been easily reduced before, and Intel’s goal in this architecture is to adapt to a wide range of applications, from the highest-end HPC to low-power notebooks, so the Xe architecture is divided into three levels – Xe HPC, Xe HP and Xe LP, Games, Both mobile PCs and hypermobile products use the Xe LP architecture.

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

The final part is the appearance of Intel’s DG1 graphics card, the DG1 is Intel’s first Xe architecture, the official did not disclose detailed specifications, it is known to be 768 stream processor units, performance between gtX 950 and GTX 1050, positioning is not high.

In this PPT, Intel reveals the appearance of the DG1 graphics card, the radiator design is still very sci-fi, led belief lights are located at the interface, not on the fan, everything is very different, so cool that people wonder if it really can be done.

Also, the DG1 graphics card does not see the power supply interface, which means that its TDP does not exceed 75W, does not require external power supply, which is also in line with its performance positioning.

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W

Intel DG1 graphics look steal: Dream-class heatsink TDP no more than 75W