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Intel: DG2 graphics card planned for early 2022?

Intel: DG2 graphics card planned for early 2022?

Here is a new major leak on the next generation of Intel graphics cards, with the DG2 based on the Xe-HPG architecture.

Intel to hit the market next year?

After revealing exclusive information about Alder Lake, igorslabs is back with another leak, this time about Intel’s graphics card named DG2.

Currently, Intel is reportedly planning to use their new graphics cards on the desktop and mobile sectors, coupled with their new Tiger Lake H and Alder Lake-S/P processors. Igor has so far only had information about the mobile versions. Tableau caractéristiques DG2 Intel

5 models would be planned from 128 EU to 512 EU and a use of GDDR6 at 16 Gbps for all cards with between 4 GB and 16 GB of video memory. On the side of the frequencies we would have boosts going up to 1.8 Ghz for the biggest models with TGP of 100W.

These cards would arrive next year, indeed the smallest models would see their mass production begin at the end of the year between week 43 and 50 of 2021, while the production of the largest models would begin between week 50 of 2021 and week 10 of 2022, suggesting a launch in the first quarter of 2022.

Intel Xe HPG image leak

As a reminder, this generation of graphics cards would use the Xe-HPG architecture and would be based on a 6nm etch from TSMC and not the 10nm ESF. The performance of the cards will compete with the RTX 3070 from Nvidia and the RX 6800 from AMD for the desktop versions, while the mobile versions will of course be less powerful than their desktop counterparts.

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