Intel Xe-HPG (DG2) GPUs are leaked: Up to 4096 cores and 16GB of VRAM

Leaks continue to come in regarding Intel’s new graphics cards, the Xe-HPG (DG2), that we now know that it will come in 6 models with different specs, take a look.

As always, let’s start with the most interesting of them all, the flagship GPU, which is rumored to have 4096 cores (512 EU) and will be offered in 8GB / 16GB GDDR6 VRAM configurations along with a 256-bit memory interface. We’ve seen this model before, but back then only the number of cores was given, while the rest of the specs were unknown.

As we can see, there will be five other graphics cards offering 3072 cores with 6GB / 12GB on a 192-bit bus; 2048 cores with 4GB / 8GB on a 128-bit bus; 1536 cores with 4GB of VRAM also on a 128-bit bus; 1024 cores with 4GB on a 64-bit memory interface; and finally 768 cores with 4GB on a 64-bit bus.

For comparison, the dedicated Intel Iris Xe MAX GPU for notebooks has a 128-bit memory bus, although it uses LPDDR4X memory, and we don’t yet know what memory these latest graphics cards will use.

We are learning more and more about Intel’s Xe HPG GPUs. Will they compete with NVIDIA and AMD?

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