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Old 25-06-20, 09:15 AM
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Intel's Raja Koduri teases Xe-powered graphics chips

Intel's new Xe chips appear to use a tiled design, bringing multi-chip to the GPU market.



Read more about Intel's Xe accelerator teaser.

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Old 25-06-20, 09:47 AM
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Interseting to see an IHS used in a GPU. Unless this is purely to focus on discretion and secrecy for the time being.
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Old 25-06-20, 10:01 AM
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Interseting to see an IHS used in a GPU. Unless this is purely to focus on discretion and secrecy for the time being.
With the designs being early it is likely that they are mounted and unmounted frequently from testing setups. An IHS will prevent die cracking. These accelerator chips are socketed.
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Very cool they've found a market to commercialise and develop MCM GPU technology, if these interconnects are at least becoming viable in terms of bandwidth then I guess CDNA and NVidia's post-Ampere compute orientated dies are probably on a pretty similar development path, given both companies have also got a wealth of research or commercial designs in the area. (Unless either company has already committed to only using MCM's when its viable across their ranges, AMD may want to do that in particular to avoid an expensive switchover period if they're not sure they'll get the design wins)
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Wonder how much extra performance that AA battery gives on the left
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Old 25-06-20, 05:34 PM
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Wonder how much extra performance that AA battery gives on the left
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"AA Inside"
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I really hope Intel can bring a competitive GPU to the market even if it's just mid range, We sorely need competition.
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