VideoCardz reports about the first sighting of Intel's DG2 discrete video card on a specification sheet. An unidentified upcoming product features the 45W Tiger Lake-H CPU or Intel Alder Lake-P in combination with the Intel DG2 8GB GDDR6 video card. This video card is rumored to have 512 execution units and a 256-bit memory bus.
Tiger Lake-H will include Willow Cove based eight-core laptop processors, a first for Intel. These CPUs will have a TDP of 45W. Alder Lake-P on the other hand is expected towards the end of 2021:
Optionally the product would also be offered with Intel Alder Lake-P. Based on our knowledge this product will launch at the end of 2021 and it will also feature Alder Lake-H and Alder Lake-U series. Unlike the Tiger Lake-H series, however, the Alder Lake will feature brand new hybrid architecture with big and small cores. The first wave is to be expected with 2 small and 8 big cores. The 6+8 variant is to be released later, sources told VideoCardz.
Then the site writes about a DG2 with 384 execution units, thart part seems to have 6GB GDDR6 memory in combination with a 192-bit memory bus. It's also mentioned that DG2 could feature a USB Type-C connector.