Intel’s new Xe-HPG GPU has been noticed with their next-gen Alder Lake-S CPU, with the Xe-HPG teamed with a 16-core, 24-thread CPU that succeeds the just-revealed Rocket Lake-S 11th Gen Core CPUs.
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The brand new Xe-HPG graphics card we’re is the GPU codenamed DG2-512EU, which on this type packs 512 Execution Items, with a most GPU clock of 1.8GHz and 12.6GB of RAM — we should always see DG2 launch with 16GB of RAM however that is simply the VRAM rely with different shared system sources.
Intel appears to be testing out its Xe-HPG graphics card with its next-gen Alder Lake-S processor, which options 16 cores and 24 threads… sure, not the normal eight cores and 16 threads or 16 cores and 32 threads (which it usually is). This CPU has a max clock of 4.6GHz, which can both be for the high-efficiency (small) cores or the high-performance (massive) cores and I am leaning (hoping) on the latter.
The efficiency of the Xe-HPG GPU that we’re right here is not nice, however that is solely within the testing part. We’re not going to sentence efficiency simply but, that is only a “oh cool, they’re enjoying round with Xe-HPG GPU within the labs with a next-gen Alder Lake-S processor, that is superior” deal.
I imply, it was only some days in the past that Intel GPU boss Raja Koduri was testing the Xe-HPG gaming GPU of their Folsom labs. I suppose that system, or one thing close to it, was additionally powered by the next-gen Alder Lake-S processor. Oh to be a fly on the wall within the Folsom lab.