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Intel Architecture Day 2021: Detailing Xe-HPG, Alchemist, Xe Super Sampling and more

KitGuru was recently invited to preview Intel's 2021 Architecture Day where we got to hear more on the future of Intel's Arc high-performance discrete GPUs, including the confirmation that these will be manufactured on TSMC's N6 node. Intel's DLSS competitor, Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) was also demonstrated publicly for the first time...

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Intel teases Xe HPG GPU reveal coming next week

Ever since Intel hired Raja Koduri and announced plans to create new discrete graphics cards, we've been waiting to see what Intel can do in the gaming segment. So far, we've seen the Xe graphics architecture introduced in low-power DG1 discrete graphics cards, which are primarily sold to OEMs. Later this month, however, we may get our first look at Intel's first high-performance gaming GPU. 

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Intel’s Xe-powered GPUs pictured

Intel's chief architect for graphics, Raja Koduri, has published a picture of what appears to be Intel's upcoming Xe GPUs, describing them as a “BFP” – or “big fabulous package”. The upcoming Xe GPUs from Intel are designed to scale from integrated graphics all the way up to the high-end segment. …

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