Over at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, Intel gave the first public demonstration of its upcoming Xe "DG1" video card. The blue team showcased an ultra-thin laptop with the DG1 GPU and illustrated that it was capable of playing Destiny 2.
We still know very little about the first Xe GPUs from Intel. Word on the street is that both the DG1 and the integrated graphics used by Tiger Lake will have 96 execution units, which should be good for about 768 shading units. The implication here is that the first Xe product will be something low-power, and not a product for the high-end market. The CES 2020 demo lends credence to the idea that the DG1 will not be a desktop product but a mobile chip.
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