Intel announced that it has officially shipped the brand new Iris Xe desktop discrete graphics card (code-named DG1), based on the newly designed Xe LP low-power micro-architecture, and is currently only used for OEM complete machines. This is also the first time Intel’s 23 Years finally returned to the desktop independent display market.
In the starting lineup, Intel listed two products from Asus and Colorful. Among them, ASUS has fanless passive and silent cooling, and Colorful has dual fans.
However, Intel today sent an official statement to Fast Technology, claiming that a product image was incorrectly marked as the colorful brand on the Iris Xe product page. It has been corrected and will announce the second OEM of the Iris Xe desktop discrete graphics card later. Partner and brand name.
Intel also emphasized that Intel and Colorful have close cooperation on a series of Intel products.
Currently on the Iris Xe desktop discrete graphics product page, the dual-fan design product is still available, but the brand name has not been released yet, only “other partners” is written.
Intel Iris Xe desktop discrete graphics card has 80 execution units (96 for the full version), 640 cores, with a 128-bit 4GB LPDDR4X discrete graphics card, supports PCIe 4.0 x4, three-screen output, hardware accelerated video codec (including AV1 decoding) , Adaptive Sync adaptive synchronization, DisplayHDR, DP4a deep learning inference acceleration and a series of technical features.
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