News Intel DG1 GPU Teardown, Failed Benchmarks, and Why It Won't Work on Most Motherboards

Gomez Addams

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To call this a kludged up hack is being charitable. I can't think of a single redeeming feature this thing has. Low power almost qualifies but the price for that is too high to justify in my opinion. I would rather have an IGP than a machine that uses this.
 

Chung Leong

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But can it run Crysis? I'm guessing not.
I've seen benchmark of a Tiger Lake laptop getting 70+ FPS in Crysis. With more memory bandwidth, the discrete part should do better. Decent enough performance for a card at the absolute bottom tier. Once Intel co-promotional bucks are taken into consideration, it might cost an OEM ten bucks.
 

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all that noise about intel GPU those last years. for this.
where are all the people on this forum advocating intel as the new competitor of NVidia and AMD ?

they only want the bottom of the market, wich they already have with their iGPUs.
 
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Xe
The Xe GPU family consists of a series of architectures, ranging from integrated/low power (Xe-LP),[2] to enthusiast/high performance gaming (Xe-HPG), datacenter/high performance (Xe-HP) and high performance computing (Xe-HPC).[3][4]
These are DG1=LP and at that they are OEM parts that might be weaker than consumer parts.
Wait for a full range of (at least consumer) products before judging.
 

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