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Intel tweet shows off their dedicated graphics for the first time

'We will set our graphics free' in 2020

Intel tweet shows off their dedicated graphics for the first time

Intel tweet shows off their dedicated graphics for the first time

At SIGGRAPH 2018, Intel has started to tease their planned graphics hardware, dedicated silicon that will no longer be exclusive to their core line of processors. 

Intel plans to enter the discrete graphics market in 2020, releasing a video which showcases past accomplishments like the introduction of the world's first fully compliant DirectX 12 GPU and being the first PC graphics provider to provide support for Netflix at 4K resolutions. 

Over the past year, Intel has hired both Raja Koduri, and Chris Hook, veterans of AMD's Radeon Technologies Group, who combined with Intel's talent pool should be capable of great things. Tom Forsyth, one of the chief architects behind Larrabee, a failed graphics-like compute solution, has also returned to Intel to work under Raja Koduri, bringing his experience with Intel graphics alongside everything he has learned from both Valve and Oculus in recent years. 

With a planned 2020 release, it is likely that Intel's first graphics chips will be made using the company's long-delayed 10nm manufacturing process, though at this time it remains unclear whether or not Intel will be able to compete with Radeon and Geforce in the gaming market. 

  



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16-08-2018, 04:53:47

TheF34RChannel
Wish it were sooner tbh, they might offer some good competition.Quote

16-08-2018, 05:06:53

Dicehunter
The market desperately needs some good competition, I hope Intel bring something out that can really kick Nvidia in the pants.Quote

16-08-2018, 05:17:21

Giggyolly
LOVE THIS! MOAR GPUS
We need Nvidia to start making CPUs now Quote

16-08-2018, 05:19:24

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LOVE THIS! MOAR GPUS
We need Nvidia to start making CPUs now
Well. Nvidia does make CPUs, ARM CPUs. Sadly they haven't seen the need to make a new Nvidia Sheild Tablet in recent years, so it is pretty much all going into their Car stuff these days.Quote

16-08-2018, 08:04:37

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Hey every one, double priced Polaris !!!11oneoneeleven.Quote
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