If you have been using Intel’s Odyssey card, now is the time to use it.The chip maker has announced through its Twitter Cardholders can now register their cards to receive some stolen accounts.
This Microsite You are required to fill in some basic information to get free gifts. More importantly, Intel confirmed that its Xe-HPG DG2 will be released soon.The chip maker wrote: “We will soon be approaching a milestone, the upcoming release Intel Xe HPG microarchitecture.”
Intel said earlier today At International Supercomputing (ISC) 2021, the company has already begun sampling its DG2 discrete game graphics card series. Although Intel did not put a date next to DG2, it is clear that DG2 is close to the finish line.
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A few days ago, a few DG2 benchmark Geekbench 5 appeared with the help of Insyde, a well-known company specializing in UEFI development.The only benchmark test found that the performance of DG2 is similar to Nvidia’s products five years ago GeForce GTX 1050It should be noted that early benchmarks may be misleading, so we should wait until retail products are on the market before making judgments.
DG2 may have two formats, desktop and mobile.Intel’s DG1 It is a budget graphics card, mainly for OEMs. On the other hand, DG2 may have a finer design.On the mobile side, DG2 is rumored to accompany Intel’s 12th generation Alder Lake Bargaining chips. There is some truth in the rumors, because we have seen that Insyde’s test platform consists of DG2 and 14-core Alder Lake-P processors.