Given the current situation any new entry in the GPU market is welcome.
This isn't meant to blow your socks off at 600fps. It's literally the integrated GPU from a -lake cpu strapped to it's own external board. The big boys are coming and they're quite a bit faster.Lol, thats one week GPU. Didnt expect that low performance. Will it fine wine like AMD for a little better formance in the future? Not that it matters anyway.
45% faster memory , and still lose to gt 1030, if the full version is 220W as the rumors claim maybe will land around gtx 1080 - rtx 2060 and wont be even close to rtx 3060 and rx 6600 non xtLol, thats one week GPU. Didnt expect that low performance. Will it fine wine like AMD for a little better formance in the future? Not that it matters anyway.
There's not much support for doing overclocking on the card, and frankly I don't think it would matter much. A combination of lacking drivers, bandwidth, and compute mean that even if you could overclock it 50%, it still wouldn't be that great. And for power testing, my equipment to measure that requires a lot of modifications and runs on my regular testbed, so I'll need to poke at that a bit and see if I can transport that over to the CyberPowerPC setup for some measurements. I suspect the 30W TDP is pretty accurate, but I'll have to do some additional work to see if I can get hard measurements.
It's the cut-down version of that.it's literally the integrated GPU from a -lake cpu
And you thought that based on what exactly?I thought these XE gpus were supposed to be the next best thing since sliced bread?
Intel codesigned and partnered with two ecosystem partners, ASUS and Gunnir, to launch the Intel® Iris® Xe discrete desktop graphics cards (code-named “DG1”) in systems targeted to mainstream users and small- and medium-size businesses. The cards are sold to system integrators who will offer Iris Xe discrete graphics as part of pre-built systems.
Following the launch of Intel® Iris® Xe MAX for notebooks, Intel’s first Xe-based discrete graphics processing unit, Intel and its partners saw the opportunity to better serve the high-volume, value-desktop market with improved graphics, display and media acceleration capabilities.
The new cards offer a compelling upgrade to existing options in the market segment. They feature three display outputs; hardware video decode and encode acceleration, including AV1 decode support; Adaptive Sync; Display HDR support and artificial intelligence capabilities thanks to DP4a deep-learning inference acceleration. The Iris Xe discrete graphics cards come with 80 execution units and 4 gigabytes of video memory.