Intel talks about its Xe architecture

Posted on Friday, Nov 13 2020 @ 12:38 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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AnandTech had an interview with Intel's Lisa Pearce about the Xe graphics architecture, you can read it over here. Pearce is the Director and VP of Intel’s Architecture, Graphics and Software Group, and Director of Visual Technologies.
IC: As we move into 2021, we’re going to start talking about discrete graphics options for gaming and client beyond Iris Xe MAX. Can you talk to how Intel is integrating with game studios that are planning to launch AAA games and whether it is working with performance optimizations in the driver stack to deal with that?

LP: We are trying to engage earlier and earlier, especially into the engine space, and there are active discussions there about how much optimization we could put up front. So we’re just pushing into that space. First it starts with having an optimal high-end GPU, and you can go build more momentum from there. It is a heavy focus!

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