The PC industry had given up on Intel ever producing its own powerful desktop graphics cards, after the company unceremoniously killed its Larrabee project ten years ago last month.
This is not that card. This is not a card you’ll be able to buy at all, in fact.
But these first pictures of the Intel DG1 show that the company has actually built a discrete graphics card, and that has to count for something.
At CES 2020 in Las Vegas, the company held a meeting with the press to clarify what the DG1 actually is, and how it’s similar — yet different — from the graphics you’ll find in Intel’s upcoming Tiger Lake chips that it says will be shipping in laptops later this year. There’s been some conflicting information on the topic, so let’s…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts