We know that Intel is working on its own graphics card and Raja Koduri (ex-AMD) is at the forefront of development. During SIGGRAPH 2018, Intel has made a small video available with the official announcement of the new graphics card, which will be released in 2020.
Intel announces its next graphics card to be released in 2020
Just in time for SIGGRAPH, the people around Raja Koduri and Chris Hook have posted a video on Twitter that shows a preview of their next graphics card, which will be available from 2020. The video is quite clear as it confirms the year in which the first models of graphics cards based on Koduri’s work with his team will be released.
The video is produced in a similar style to what Chris Hook did at AMD. He begins with a history lesson, praises the achievements in the graphics department and then promises that Intel’s discrete graphics cards will “be published by 2020, and that’s just the beginning.
— Intel Graphics (@IntelGraphics) August 15, 2018
Chris Hook, who left AMD as marketing director for his graphics department, said to the video: “It will take time and effort to be the first successful participant in the GPU segment in 25 years, but we have incredible talent at Intel and above all a passion for discrete graphics.
They don’t talk about performance in video, so we may not expect these graphics cards to seduce the normal player, but it’s too early to say for sure…. What do you expect from Intel in the graphics card market?