Intel's first gaming graphics card can outperform NVIDIA flagship models

Intel has begun preparing users for the announcement of new devices. So, yesterday the company presented a super-powerful

four-chip video card, performancewhich amounted to a mind-blowing 42 TFLOPS. But this will probably not be enough for the processor manufacturer, since Intel's first gaming graphics card may ultimately bypass the performance of NVIDIA's flagship models.

At least this follows from the latest rumors,according to which the new Intel graphics processor can contain up to 512 execution units, in which 4,096 so-called cores will be located - this is exactly the configuration stated for one Intel Xe HPG chip. As a result, if the number of cores is really that, and the frequency is 1.5 GHz, then the latest video card from the company will be able to demonstrate 12.2 TFLOPS! And this, we note, is more than the Radeon RX 5700 XT (with its 9.75 TFLOPS) and the flagship GeForce RTX 2080 (with 10.1 TFLOPS).

Recall that extreme leaks claim that a full-fledged announcement of the first video card from Intel should be expected in the near future. It is likely that this will happen as early as 2021.

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