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IT’S REAL(LY FUCKING SLOW) – ASUS Intel Iris Xe DG1 Discrete GPU Performance Tested from CyberPowerPC OEM System

A little while back it became apparent that Intel had actually managed to find an OEM partner to dump its Iris Xe-LP based “DG1” discrete graphics cards in the form of a CyberPowerPC pre-built system. This was discovered a little over a month ago and since then nothing really came from it, with nobody generally […]

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Intel’s Iris Xe (DG1) Failure gets Cannonlake’d – Chinese OEM (GUNNIR) Showcases Intel DG1 Design with VGA Output for OEM Systems

Remember Cannon Lake? Neither do Intel if you probably asked them. For those who don’t know Cannon Lake is basically the straw that broke Intel’s Tick-Tock mantra, being conceived as the 10nm die shrink of Kaby Lake (Skylake) however it like the 10nm process of which it was supposed to be tapped out upon was […]

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Intel Showcases Xe-HPG (DG2-512) GPU Featuring 4096 Cores

It’s already been well documented at this point that Intel’s DG1, their first foray into the discrete graphics card market was an utter failure. With the DG1 essentially being built utilizing the Xe-LP design which is just a funny term for saying that it’s basically the same as the integrated graphics found in Tiger Lake […]

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Intel Xe-HPG DG2 Graphics Card Specifications Surface – Many Configurations For Arctic Sound

We’ve already seen what Intel’s Xe graphics are capable of….. or in the case of the DG1 discrete graphics card and Intel’s Iris Xe integrated graphics what they aren’t capable of. However many different potential config specifications have surfaced for what Intel could inevitably do with their Xe-HPG discrete graphics cards. 512 EU (4096 SP) […]

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Intel Ousts CEO Bob Swan – Intel Foundries Take a Bob Swan Dive – Announces Contingency Plan to Outsource Processors to TSMC Fabs Starting 2022

Intel have ousted its current CEO, Bob Swan in a shocking move. Bob Swan is to be succeeded by now former CEO of VMware, Pat Gelsinge effective from February 15th. Over the last three years, Intel have produced more CEOs than competitive products. The decision was made by Intel’s board of directors as the company […]

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