The graphics core of the most powerful graphics card, Xe HPG or DG2, which Intel will introduce for ready-made systems in the new era, is displayed. The initial information is promising.
Intel, which first started using new graphics technology in laptops as a result of significant engineer transfers and large investments, is now starting its journey towards the top of the table. Raja Khoduri shared an image of his muscular graphics unit.
Intel’s graphics unit, which is expected to be called Xe Max or Xe HPG, actually appeared in some ready-made system vendors but was an entry-level graphics card with a maximum of up to 768 trading units. Raja Khoduri shared his flagship this time.
Flagship graphics card Intel Xe HPG uses all computer sets. This means it will have a total of 4096 cores in 512 trading clusters. The chip is expected to come with 16GB of GDDR6 video memory. Some sites calculated the size of the membrane in the image as 22.3mmx8.5mm and the area as 190-millimeter square.
Raja Khoduri also says they are in talks with game developers. With the new series of cards, it will be compatible with many games. Intel has a bit of an advantage on the laptop side as it integrates into the processor, but it’s tough competition on the desktop. In addition to the performance and efficiency of the graphics card, the price strategy is also of great importance. Intel can take a good advantage in cost because its competitors don’t have a casting facility of their own.