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Intel DG2 GPU really in the picture?

Intel DG2 GPU really in the picture?

We end the week with a new leak that concerns the performance potential of future Intel graphics cards. For the record, these graphics cards mentioned DG2 would be intended for demanding users / gaming market.

Intel DG2: very quickly competitive in the “fat” market?

Information about the Intel DG2 GPU with 418 execution units (EU), which translates into a total of 3584 cores (8 cores x EU) has leaked. A card equipped with this GPU running at 1.80 GHz would be very close to an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070. Specifically, during the tests, the Intel card was located at only 5% of an RTX 3070 according to APISAK sources.

APISAK does not want to give more details but is very confident about the reliability of its information. So we will not know where these scores come from and especially the methodology of the tests performed. In the information he was able to deliver we already know that this version of the GPU is not the top of the range from Intel and that many other variations are still possible. Not long ago, Raja Koduri unveiled the DG2-512EU GPU which should be the top of the range. Intel-Xe-HPG-DG2 Things seem to be getting closer and if many doubt the arrival of Intel GPUs at the end of this year, others seem to believe that Intel will launch its high-end references in the fourth quarter and will decline its range during the year 2022.

Lots of speculation, not really reliable leaks.

According to the figures leaked by APISAK, others were able to make some projections to evaluate the potential of the Intel high-end. Their “calculations” allow to position the 512EU somewhere between a 3080 and the new 3070Ti.

The projection was also made on the lighter versions of the Intel GPU. The weakness of the reasoning is that the frequency, the Ram and various other variables are not managed in these assumptions.

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