It's been a while since we wrote about DG1, the code name for the GPU that now comes from Intel in collaboration with Asus.
We will have to wait a while for the gaming cards from Intel
The card is aimed at medium-sized and large companies, not entirely surprising as the cooling solution is far more cumbersome than what we are used to with large AMD and Nvidia consumer GPUs.
It is probably the Intel Xe-HPG platform that will compete against the gaming cards from AMD and Nvidia. The first card may come later this year.
Instead, Intel promises business things: better multi-screen support, improved hardware support for video format, and better graphics performance in general, just not the type that matters for 3D game graphics. Adaptive sync is also in place.
These cards will support 3 x, 4K monitors, in multi-screen layout, HDR, and AI. AV1 support is also in place, as are 4GB of RAM (we said these are not for gaming) and 80 "execution units".