So I don't think it is PVC. Ponte Vecchio is based on Xe HPC, but Raja referred to this chip as the "bapp of all"
Which he originally...
Likely due to the fact that the face masks were not being used correctly. (Keller wasn't covering nose, Raja has a beard which means the mask...
Based on this leak (assuming its true) the Media engine on Xe will support the AV1 Codec...
Hey, thats me :)
Looks like Intel will be revealing the Xe Architecture at GDC in March. Looking forward to the new info.
According to the guys at LTT it was locked at 1080 60FPS at their booth
I know this is a Gen12/Xe thread for DGPUs but we have a leaked Gen12/Xe iGPU appearing on CompuBench
96 Execution Units running at 1.1GHz.
Looks like Intel is moving to compiler based scheduling with Gen 12/Xe graphics.
Thats because they back ported their 10nm LPDDR4x IP to 14nm.
Intel has announced Integer scaling support on Gen11 hardware shipping later this year due to request/feedback from their fans/customers. It is...
The new Mac Pro is using Cascade Lake - W which offers upto 64 PCIe lanes.
And a few others:
Confirmed he’s gone to Intel.
When one goes more follow... :P
You know it’s April’s fools post, right? Look at the specs list at the bottom. DX14, 4D Xpoint, 31st June doesn’t exist, the graph is not...
Intel Processor Graphics Gen11 Architecture
To be fair it’s being installed in 2021 so unless Intel is ramping new 7nm chips in late 2020 it’ll likely be 10nm based stuff. According to Toms...
The Aurora Supercomputer, the USs first (and possibly worlds first) ExaFLOP/exascale system will be using Intels Xe Graphics Architecture aswell...
Agenda for Gen11 presentation at GDC in March 20th:
Tiled Based Rendering
Coarse Pixel Shading (also being...
Intel will be detailing their Gen11 Graphics Architecture at GDC in March...
Interesting tidbit from the Tech Report:
So a Gen 11 EU would be 75% of the size of a Gen 9 EU on the same process node.
Intel has broke the teraflop barrier before with their GT4e configuration on Gen9, which had the benefit of eDRAM, never in their much more common...
>1 Teraflop Integrated graphics
Tile Based Rendering
'Improved' Memory Subsystem
Support for Coarse Pixel Shading
Probably better to talk about Gen11 graphics since they actually have given details on that like Tile based rendering and what not
Intel Iris Gallium3D Forming As Their Future OpenGL Driver, Promising Early Results
Looks like Intel is planning to fully replace their 'classic'...
Exclusive: Lisa Pearce Interview on Intel Graphics Software
Pretty sure thats TSMCs 7nm process, GF has yet to even begin tapeouts.
Yes, and I say, Good Riddance.
Confirmation from Intel on Twitter
Intel makes it a three-way race with AMD and Nvidia on graphics chips
Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich disclosed during an analyst event last week that...
Looks like a workstation version of this chip exists!
Kaby Lake G with Workstation Radeon Pro WX Vega M GL Graphics appear on 3DMark 11...
All I can say is that I am not surprised. Integration is great for OEMs and always works. With chips on par with 1050 - 1060 MaxQ this thing would...
Intel also makes use of EMIB for their FPGA "chiplets"(Transceivers, HBM2, etc)
Yeah, although that does mean 3rd party companies (that go to ICF...
An example from the labs in a whitepaper isn't really "real world result" IMO
Intel did a "what to expect" at GDC with Kaby Lake G (i7 8809G)
Intel has released a picture of the Kaby Lake G NUC PCB(Look at the I/O on that thing...)
For anyone interested you can Pre Order it here
I believe AMD still supplies the drivers, it's just an Intel skin
Graphics Industry Leaders Mike Rayfield and David Wang Join AMD
Interview, was during an Analyst call at CES.
Recently the manager of CCG at Intel, Gregory Bryant, gave a little insight to what Raja has and will be doing:
Short term is improving iGPU...
Should be around 2020 yeah. Gen 10 is 2018 and is being packaged with Cannonlake (if it ever comes), Gen 11 for Icelake in 2019 and then Gen 12...
That seems to be the case
Really not quite sure where to put this.
This is 100% TSMC 7nm.
Wikichip seems to list every Kaby Lake G SKU.
I'm assuming the first product they release will be the top end SKU with 64 ROPs, rumored to be a 20 CU version with an I5 so I imagine that's...