All Intel has to do to win the GPU wars (besides matching performance) is to simply have them in stock.Intel asks Odyssey cardholders to register for some swag.
Intel Teases Xe-HPG DG2 Gaming GPU Announcement : Read more
Since DG2 will be made on the same over-burdened TSMC process and reports so far indicate that it will be slower than expected, I wouldn't hold my breath. People being desperate for any GPU to put in their gamer-y systems will probably be the only thing saving DG2's launch from being an unmitigated failure.All Intel has to do to win the GPU wars (besides matching performance) is to simply have them in stock.
The DG1 is also using slow LPDDR4X for its VRAM, while the DG2 cards should be using much faster GDDR6 with multiple times the bandwidth. And of course, we don't know various other details about how the larger chips will compare, or how well they will scale, so you can't really extrapolate much from that.80eu is slower than 1030, multiply and see how they will perform in higher configurations.