Intel GPU boss Raja Koduri hypes up Golden Age of GPU

Posted on Wednesday, Dec 09 2020 @ 13:47 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Intel chief architect Raja Koduri has two new GPU-related posts on his Twitter handle. First up he reveals the first Xe-based datacenter GPUs. He shows a photo where we can see the XG310 H3C, which is a Xe-LP based solution, next to the first Xe-HP GPU. The latter is a datacenter GPU, it's currently in production and sampling to Intel's customers. All seem to be single-slot passively cooled server cards.

In a follow up tweet, Koduri lists all the GPUs Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA released this year, and says he can't wait until Xe-HGP (the gaming GPU) and Xe-HPC (for supercomputers) arrive. According to Koduri, we're truly in a GPU Golden Age.



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