Category: intel xe

Intel’s Flagship ARC Alchemist GPU With 32 Xe Cores Spotted in OpenCL Benchmarks, Max Boost of 2.1 GHz But Runs At Lower Clocks

Intel’s flagship ARC Alchemist GPU-powered graphics card has been spotted within the Geekbench database once again. This time, the chip seems to be an early sample as it runs at lower clocks than the maximum frequency which is listed within the same benchmark. Intel’s Flagship ARC Alchemist GPU Powered Graphics Card Spotted in Geekbench Benchmark
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Intel ARC Alchemist High-End & Entry-Level Graphics Cards Pictured, Xe-HPG GPU Powered Designs For Gamers

Intel’s ARC Alchemist graphics cards pictures which include high-end and entry-level Xe-HPG GPU-based models have been leaked by Moore’s Law is Dead. The high-end graphics card in particular being the most interesting of the two since we also get a glimpse of its PCB in close to final form. Intel ARC Alchemist Graphics Cards Pictured,
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Intel’s Flagship ARC Graphics Card With Xe-HPG Alchemist GPU To Tackle AMD RX 6700 XT & NVIDIA RTX 3070

Intel ARC graphics cards based on the Alchemist Xe-HPG GPUs are all set for launch next year and based on the specifications, we could be looking at very competitive performance numbers against AMD and NVIDIA GPUs. Intel’s Flagship ARC Graphics Cards With Xe-HPG Alchemist GPU To Be Highly Competitive Against NVIDIA GA104 & AMD Navi
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Intel Xe-HPG DG2 GPU Spotted With Performance On Par With A NVIDIA GTX 1660 SUPER

A brand new Intel Xe-HPG DG2 GPU entry has made its way in the GFXBench database which shows performance on par with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER graphics card. Intel Xe-HPG DG2 GPU Spotted Within GFXBench Benchmark, Performance On Par With An NVIDIA GTX 1660 SUPER Discovered by TUM_APISAK, an Intel Xe Graphics entry
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Intel NUC 12 Mini PC To Be A Hybrid Power House, Will Feature Up To Core i7 Alder Lake CPUs & 16 GB Xe-HPG DG2 Discrete GPUs

Intel is now prepping its future-gen successor to the Phantom Canyon NUC regarded as NUC 12 ‘Serpent Canyon’ which would offer 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs and Xe-HPG based mostly DG2 graphics chips. Intel NUC 12 ‘Serpent Canyon’ Mini PCs To Rock Alder Lake H45 CPUs & Up To 16 GB Xe-HPG DG2 Discrete GPUs
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Intel Xe-HPG Graphics Cards With DG2 GPU Rumored To Launch at CES 2022

A popular Chinese hardware account over at Weibo has stated that Intel would be launching its first discrete graphics cards based on the Xe-HPG DG2 GPU architecture at CES 2022. This is the first news on Intel’s Xe-HPG we have heard in months while leaks for NVIDIA and AMD next-gen parts are going crazy. Intel’s
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Intel Alder Lake 16 Core Desktop & 14 Core Mobility CPUs Tested, Spotted With 256 EU Xe-HPG & 32 EU Xe-LP GPUs

Multiple benchmarks of Intel’s Alder Lake CPUs have leaked out which consist of a 16 core desktop and 14 core mobility variants featuring Xe graphics. Both chips will be based on the next-gen Xe-LP and Xe-HPG graphics architecture and the benchmark specifically shows us the OpenCL numbers. Intel 16 Core Desktop & 14 Core Mobility
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Intel Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming GPUs With 3584 & 1024 Cores Tested, Flagship Performance On Par With NVIDIA GA104 & AMD Navi 22 Chips

The performance numbers of Intel’s next-generation Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming GPUs have leaked out by TUM_APISAK. The performance metrics which were obtained through an online database show that Intel will have their fastest chips pitted against AMD & NVIDIA’s 2nd best chips within their current RDNA 2 and Ampere lineup. Intel Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming GPU Performance
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Intel’s Flagship Xe-HPG DG2-512 GPU Is Larger Than Both AMD Navi 22 & NVIDIA GA104 GPUs, Around 396mm2 Die Size

Die size of Intel’s DG2-512 GPU based on the Xe-HPG graphics architecture has been measured by Twitter fellow, Locuza. The die shot was posted by Intel’s Chief Architect of graphics, Raja Koduri, in a tweet, yesterday. Intel DG2-512 GPU Die Size Measured, Xe-HPG Architecture Based Chip Is Bigger Than AMD RDNA 2 & NVIDIA Ampere
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Intel Shows off Xe-HPG DG2 GPU With 512 EUs or 4096 Cores, Powering Next-Gen Gaming Graphics Cards

Intel’s Chief Architect of Graphics, Raja Koduri, has given us the first glimpse of the next-gen Xe-HPG based DG2 GPU which will be powering their upcoming line of discrete gaming graphics cards. Raja Koduri Shows off Intel Xe-HPG Graphics Architecture Powered DG2 GPU With 512 EUs or 4096 Cores, Coming To Discrete Gaming Cards Soon!
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