Intel’s Xe-HPG GPU Uncovered: 5 Models With up to 512 EUs, 16GB

We already know from an inadvertent leak by Intel itself that the company is preparing five notebook GPU models based on its Xe-HPG architecture. Still, the company’s plans for desktop PCs were not clear at all. This week, Igor’sLab attempted to fill in some gaps with information obtained from a slide that’s purportedly from an Intel DG2 presentation. 

Up to 512 EUs

If the unofficial information is to be believed, Intel is readying five discrete desktop GPU SKUs with similar configurations as their notebook counterparts. The top-of-the-range gaming SKU1 is said to feature 512 execution units (EUs), 16GB of GDDR6 memory with a 256-bit interface, and a 275W TDP. Other gaming parts are the SKU2 with 384 EUs and 12GB of GDDR6 memory with a 192-bit bus and the SKU3 with 256 EUs and 8GB of memory featuring a 128-bit interface. All gaming GPUs are expected to come in a 43×37.5 mm BGA2660 package. 

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