GPU High-End Gaming Intel can threaten Nvidia – maybe with a little help from AMD

GPU High-End Gaming Intel can threaten Nvidia – maybe with a little help from AMD

GPU Gaming Heavyweight Intel has been shown on Twitter, complete with a statement that it will be able to do some very fine frame levels.


Obviously at this stage, we can take such claims with more than some liberal cubites of salt – Intel still strongly builds steam hype clouds, as if. But it’s good to hear that the XE-HPG GPU (high performance game) is forming capable power, and to see the actual DG2 photo (because the card is also called, being the first discrete sequel to Intel offers, DG1).


Tweet is from koduri king, head of architect (and senior VP) Graphic division on Intel, but comments on subtlety is from Roger Chandler, GM Intel of XPU client products. Chandler explained the progress made on the GPU as: “from a nervous journey to the smooth buttery.”


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As you can see from the chip displayed, this is a DG2 variant with 512 units of execution, and goes with rumors before, this will be the mainstay game graphics card.


Amd fsr ftw?

As a WCCFTECH, which sees the tweets above, shows, Koduri answers in another tweet when questioned about whether Intel may adopt AMD rival DLSS FSR (Super FidelityFX resolution).


AMD has just been confirmed in computex that the FSR will debut later in June, and instead of exclusive NVIDIA DLSS, the Red Red on frame team increases the standard will be an open standard. Indeed, AMD has shown it works on the NVIDIA GTX 1060 graphics card with Godfall – theoretically, this is something that can benefit Intel, rather than trying to brew her own image upscaling herb.


As Koduri said, this is something Intel “definitely see” and that the company wants to “harmonize with an open approach” (meaning FSR) in the causes of making everything easier for game developers. (Introducing other separate standards – such as ‘Xess’ that has been reported before – will complicate further problems, of course, and the possibility of being a big struggle for uphill for Intel in terms of pushing Devs to adopt).


The length and short is that AMD technology can help Intel’s new game graphics cards better rival nvidia, and indeed the Red Team GPU itself in this matter.


Intel XE-HPG cards may appear before 2021 out – and indeed this photo is a full hope that everything is on schedule – but rumors have recently shown that the initial 2022 is a more realistic proposition, at least for GPU Desktop (cellular version of DG2 for laptops Gaming is set to arrive first).

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