Intel driver leaks new DG2 gaming graphics card: up to 4096 stream processors
According to a report by VideoCardz, in the latest Intel 100.9126 GPU driver, two DG2 device IDs were exposed, which is likely to be the new game Intel’s unique display.
As shown in the figure above, the new DG2 has two separate models exposed, namely the 128 EU version and the 512 EU version, which are 1024 stream processors and 4096 stream processors .
Naijatechnews has reported that an Intel desktop independent display has appeared on the Geekbench running sub-platform. The test platform is i5-9600K. This independent display has 128 CUs, which is 1024 stream processors, and the GPU frequency is 1.4GHz, equipped with 3GB video memory.
Intel has now released Xe-LP GPUs for Xe Max and servers, and Xe-HPG gaming graphics cards are worth looking forward to next year. According to the news, Intel Xe-HPG (DG2) is said to have adopted TSMC’s 6nm process. The top model Xe-HPG graphics card has 512 EUs, or 4096 stream processors.
In August of this year, Intel announced the Xe-HPG gaming graphics card. The official said that this is a micro-architecture optimized for games, combined with the building modules of Xe-LP’s good performance-to-power ratio, and uses the scalability of Xe-HP to perform stronger configuration and calculation of Xe-HPC. optimization. At the same time, Xe-HPG adds a new GDDR6-based memory subsystem to improve cost performance, and will have accelerated ray tracing support. Xe-HPG is expected to start shipping in 2021.
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