Intel DG2 Separate Graphics Prototype Leakage (Xe-HPG)

The leaks show a two-slot-tall prototype graphics card with 6- and 8-pin auxiliary power connectors.

Intel will release its first actual video cards later this year, although the DG1 was eventually made into separate cards as well. Video cards based on the Xe-HPG architecture, known at least at this stage under the DG2 code name, will be manufactured on these prospects on TSMC’s production lines.

In the past, information about possible configurations of Intel’s upcoming DG2 series has been leaked to the Internet. It is still unclear at this time how many separate circuits are actually involved, but there are some rumors that there would be three circuits. The top model is said to have 512 Execution Units and a 256-bit memory bus with an extension of 8 or 16 GB of GDDR6 memory.

Below the section is a circuit of 384 EU units supported by a 192-bit memory controller and 6 or 12 GB of GDDR6 memory. Circuits based on the same chip would also be circuits from 192 and 256 EU units, where the memory band would be choked to 128-bit and thus 4 or 8 GB of GDDR6 memory, depending on the model. According to the leaks, the basics of the evil are the 96-unit and 96-unit EU-based models with a 64-bit memory controller.

In addition, Moore’s Law is Dead, which enjoys a questionable reputation as a rumor, has now gotten its first images of the supposedly flagship DG2-512 graphics card. The pictures show a cooling solution with two large axial fans and an aluminum grille, the height of two card slots and 6 and 8-pin PCIe auxiliary power connectors. Based on the additional power connectors, the TDP value of the video card could theoretically be a maximum of 300 watts, but typically that connector configuration is 225 to 275 watts on cards with TDP.

Source: Guru3D

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