Intel, known for its processors, has long tried to enter the external graphics card market. Given the recent stock shortages, it would be in consumers’ best interests to have a third option in the market. The American manufacturer, which focuses more on enterprise solutions with the DG1 model, is aiming for the gaming industry with DG2. Features of the highly anticipated Intel DG2 graphics cards have also been revealed.
Considering Intel’s current location, it is one of the few firms that can enter the video card market.
Intel, which already has experience in the subject with the built-in graphics units they produce, wants to play big in the market. The blue team, which lost the majority in the desktop processor market to AMD, wants to have a say in multiple markets. The company’s key at this point is the Xe-HPG graphics card series.
The website, known for the information it leaks on Twitter@harukaze5719 new features of the cards. According to the information, there will be 6 different video card models in the first place. Among the leaked Intel DG2 features comes with a flagship, 512 executive units. Expected to come with 8 or 16 GB of GDDR6 memory, the card has a 256-bit bus width.
The graphics card chipset of the model with the 384EU also appeared. The 190 mm2 chipset will rival the Navi22 and GA106 GPUs.
Intel’s flagship is predicted to be at the RTX 3060 Ti or RX 6700 XT level.