Intel DG2 mobile GPU specs leaked

Intel DG2 mobile GPU specs leaked

What appears to be an official slide containing alleged Intel DG2 configurations for laptops was shared on Twitter from a usually reliable source. Well-known leaker @ 9550pro has released a table that is supposed to show the specifications of five DG2 graphics processors for laptops, which are expected to be employed by the Santa Clara-based company's partners on several products arriving this quarter.

Photo Credit: HXL / Twitter In the table above it can be easily seen that the five mobile GPUs are made up of 96 to 512 EU, with an amount of VRAM ranging from 4 to 16 GB. This gives a good overview of the broad range of performance that Intel and its laptop manufacturing partners are about to cover. However, performance still remains a big unknown. Over the past few weeks, a variety of information has been leaked, for example related to a desktop DG2 card with 512 EU (performing comparable to an NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti) and a desktop DG2 with 128 EU (providing similar performance to a GTX 1650 Super) . However, remember that GPUs installed in laptops will have different configurations than desktop cards, with the biggest difference usually due to the power / thermal limits of a laptop design.

Photo credit: Intel if (jQuery ("# ​​crm_srl-th_hardware_d_mh2_1"). is (": visible")) {console.log ("Edinet ADV adding zone: tag crm_srl-th_hardware_d_mh2_1 slot id: th_hardware_d_mh2" ); } If a previous driver-based leak turns out to be correct, there will be even more desktop options than listed above for laptops. A particular variant absent in the mobile line seems to be the one that presents 448 EU. We should see Intel Arc Alchemist GPUs in laptops launching in Q1, while desktop cards will have to wait until Q2 of this year.

We also reported last week that Intel has started to install the first equipment at Fab 34, its refurbished manufacturing facility in Leixlip, Ireland. As expected, the new factory will be operational from 2023 and, in addition to the company's Intel 5 technology (formerly known as 7nm), it will also be able to produce chips possibly using the Intel 4 node. read our previous article.

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