Raja Koduri teases Intel Xe some more

Posted on Thursday, Jun 25 2020 @ 12:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Via his Twitter handle, Intel graphics chief Raja Koduri shared some new photos of the Intel Xe family. Taken at the Xe labs in Folsom, US, his pictures appear to show three different Xe-based products, as well as different cooling methods. VideoCardz offers some commentary over here. The photos seem to confirm earlier rumors that Intel has single-tile, dual-tile and quad-tile configurations for its first Xe GPUs.
The new big Xe product in the bottom right is referred to by Raja as BFP – Big Fabolous Package. This device is likely a Xe-HPC-based data center accelerator. Everything we know so far about Intel Xe devices points towards Arctic Sound with 4 tiles. In fact, one of the photos has engraved “ATS-4T” label, which would confirm just that. This product was also listed with a 48V power requirement (as seen below), which can only be supported by the server environment.




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