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ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte to launch Alchemist GPUs

ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte to launch Alchemist GPUs

According to some Chinese media, the recent discussion with Raja Koduri (Intel) allows to establish with certainty that several partners are already in close collaboration with Intel to release custom graphics cards with the blue GPU. Several versions equipped with Intel’s Alchemist GPU could therefore arrive at launch in early 2022.

Several big brands at launch

Thus, ASUS, MSI and Gigabyte are mentioned with certainty even if visibly other partners could also complete the list. VideoCards also talks about this situation, indicating that it discovers the involvement of Gigabyte. For our part, the presence of this manufacturer has been confirmed by several sources for many weeks. It should be noted that these three brands have a very broad activity since they each produce graphics cards but also motherboards. In both cases, these brands have chosen to do it without exclusivity since they offer AMD or Intel platforms and Nvidia or AMD graphics cards. Asus seemed to be ahead of the game, having made several attempts since the first steps of Intel GPUs.

DELL and Lenovo cards with the Alchemist GPU?

Other information seems to indicate that PC manufacturers could also seize the Intel GPU solution to produce their cards. It is known that Lenovo and Dell have tried discreetly on “home-made” cards and that they are potential candidates.

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