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Intel’s Entry Level ARC A380 Discrete GPU Humiliated – 20% Slower Than AMD Radeon RX 6400 & NVIDIA GTX 1650

Honestly, I thought Intel’s virtually non-existent launch of their Iris Xe based “DG1” quote unquote “discrete” graphics card and the unceremonious ass whopping it got compared to the likes of AMD’s own integrated graphics solutions, and the entry level MX 450 mobility GPU from NVIDIA. But apparently Intel looks to be taking things a little […]

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Intel Finally Gets an ARC Alchemist GPU Out The Door With the A370M on March 30th – Entry Level Mobile Graphics with Laughable Performance

GPUs in Laptops, why even bother. Intel has finally unveiled its upcoming ARC Alchemist series of graphics cards, or more rather they’ve unveiled the unveiling of their upcoming ARC Alchemist Graphics Cards as the company intends to fulfil its promise of “launching” something within the first quarter. Now what exactly will Intel be officially launching […]

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GREAT JOB RAJA! – Intel ARC Alchemist DG2-512 Spotted on Geekbench OpenCL Benchmark – EMBARASSING Performance

It would seem as if Raja Koduri is cooking up another excellent curry of failure judging from leaked OpenCL performance figures on Geekbench with an engineering sample of Intel’s long awaited “DG2” graphics card. Raja Koduri a very talented individual when it comes to organizing the most outrageous “launch parties”, when it comes to architectural […]

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Discrete Intel Iris Xe “DG1” Graphics Cards Being Sold in China

Just like Cannon Lake, Intel has once again sought after the Chinese market in deposing of its failed prototype hardware. You may recall previously with Intel’s “first” attempt at a dGPU that it had managed to achieve a few AIB partnerships for its Iris Xe based “DG1” graphics card, or what’s merely an an integrated […]

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Intel Repackages Upcoming “Arctic Sound” Xe-HPG Graphics Cards as Intel Arc While Raja Koduri Throws More Expensive Parties

Now if you want to know about Intel Arc’s arch look no further than Intel ARK. Intel certainly isn’t a stranger to rebranding things, with the company announcing “Intel ARC”, its high performance graphics cards based on the Xe-HPG design coming to consumers in early 2022. The Intel Arc branding will cover everything from hardware, […]

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Intel Confirms Its Next Failure, the “DG2” (Xe-HPG) is Now Sampling

Intel’s DG1 graphics card has to say the least been an utter travesty, with its lackluster performance mocked and criticized by those with more chromosomes than their Intel CPU has cores. But aside from the stillborn failure between Raja Koduri and the Intel Corporation hopes remain high for their “Xe-HPG” core which aims to service […]

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