Alleged Intel presentation slide confirms DG2 chip competes with RTX 3070 and RX 6700 XT

Intel recently officially confirmed that its standalone graphics cards based on the Xe architecture will hit the market in the first quarter of next year. One of the chips would be positioned just below the RTX 3070, and a presentation slide supposed to come from Intel confirms this information.

The slide is from a user on the Chinese social media platform Baidu and lists two different chips. Both fill two categories in the chart. The chip labeled ‘SOC1’ will be rated at 175 to 225 watts, which will presumably mean that there will be different configurations with their own core numbers and associated consumption. This chip is in the same row as AMD’s RX 6700 XT, the RX 6600 XT, the RX 6500 XT and Nvidia’s RTX 3070, RTX 3060 Ti and the RTX 3060.

Only one power of the second chip is mentioned; 75 watts. Where the first GPU falls under the ‘performance’ to ‘enthusiastic’ class, the smaller chip is suitable for mainstream graphics cards from 100 to 200 US dollars, and has at most the same performance as the GTX 1650. unfortunately not clear from the picture. In any case, there were previously rumors of six different SKUs based on the DG2 chip.

Intel recently kept the Alchemist and Arc marketing names.

Source: Unlimited XUR (Baidu)

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