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Intel DG2 gaming GPUs are now sampled

Intel DG2 gaming GPUs are now sampled

Intel has just officially confirmed that its DG2 GPU family for gaming graphics cards is now sampled. This milestone indicates that Intel has reached a significant milestone. It means that not only the design and prototyping have been finalized, but that the company is entering the last step: sampling and production. At this stage, some GPUs are already being evaluated by partners who will be responsible for “assembling” and marketing graphics cards with them.

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DG2 is sampled to partners according to this Intel slide

So there remains the question of when these cards will be released. Several times, the year 2021 and therefore the fourth quarter have come back in the theoretical calendar but some people think today that we will have to wait for CES 2020 (January) to be able to see the real launch of the cards. However, everything seems to be in order at Intel. Last week, Intel created a new business unit, the Accelerated Computer Systems and Graphics Group (ACSG), headed by Intel GPU Division Chief Raja Koduri . This is the division that will have to carry Intel’s ambition against AMD and Nvidia. With all these elements that seem to fall into place, we can now expect an intensification of leaks about Intel graphics cards. As a reminder, the latest elementsdisclosed by Raja Koduri himself allow us to hope for a card at the level of an RTX 3070 or even 3080. Intel-Xe-HPG-DG2

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