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2021/04/08 15:15:07 (permalink)

 
The first pictures of Intel's high-end Xe-HPG DG2 GPU-based discrete gaming graphics cards and specifications have been leaked by Moore's Law is Dead. The leaker has not only posted the first pictures of the engineering board but also detailed the specifications and expected performance numbers of the flagship part.
 

Intel's Xe-HPG DG2 High-End Gaming Graphics Card Pictured - 512 EUs, 275W TDP on TSMC 6nm Node, Performance Up To NVIDIA's RTX 3080

The card features an 8+6 pin connector configuration and MLID states that the expected TDP of the Intel Xe-HPG DG2 gaming discrete graphics card is expected to be up to 275W.
 
The Xe-HPG DG2 512 EU chip is suggested to feature clocks of up to 2.2 GHz though we don't know if these are the average clocks or the maximum boost clocks. Also, it is stated that Intel's initial TDP target was 225-250W but that's been upped to around 275W now. We can expect a 300W variant with dual 8-pin connectors too if Intel wants to push its clocks even further.
 
https://wccftech.com/inte...-rtx-3080-performance/
 
 
 
I suspect if intel becomes a threat and is using 6nm that Nvidia will bring out lovelace very soon on 7nm
 
which is another reason we are seeing limited Ampere - because i think they want to jump to lovelace soon
 
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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/08 17:26:03 (permalink)
    It looks like it may come out swinging, if so this is a good thing.
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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/08 21:10:12 (permalink)
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    Riiiiiight.
     
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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/08 21:17:27 (permalink)
    Intel has been developing the logic for a long time, the card logic is based on the work they put into integrated graphics
     

      


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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/09 00:58:09 (permalink)
    If Intel can get this card to market in sufficient quantities this could alleviate the GPU shortage a little bit. 

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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/10 18:33:30 (permalink)
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    If Intel can get this card to market in sufficient quantities this could alleviate the GPU shortage a little bit. 




    It's fabbed at TSMC, so creating more of these mean less Radeons. 


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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/11 09:01:08 (permalink)
    3070 to 3080 performance on their first try would be great..... seems implausible though .
    Good luck to them though. The market needs more video card competition for sure. 

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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/11 09:13:25 (permalink)
    now we just need to see price & availability

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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/11 13:51:20 (permalink)
    so Intel "announces" a rtx 3070 Ti substitute?
    interesting.... 
     
    not bad...!!  
    now for that ....price and availability?
     
    i can already see the scalpers drooling for this...

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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/11 15:25:07 (permalink)
    Wondering if it will trade blows via price/performance with the 3080 but with this shortage and all the mining going on, it could even be higher.

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    Re: Intel’s First High-End Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming Graphics Pictured 2021/04/11 18:44:00 (permalink)
    The DG1 has 96EUs and performs around a RX550. So 512EUs would be lucky to even match a vanilla 3060, unless the EU's themselves are very different. But from what Igor's Lab posted, the drivers are in even worse shape than one would expect...  so performance is going to be worse anyway. 


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