Intel partners with ASUS for DG1 discrete video cards

Posted on Tuesday, January 26 2021 @ 16:12 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel is taking a page from AMD's and NVIDIA's book by teaming up with add-in board partners to get its DG1 discrete video card to the market.

The company's DG1 discrete video card will be sold to OEMs by firms like ASUS and another firm. The second launch partner is unknown, it was rumored to be Colorful but the Chinese firm issued an official statement to deny this rumor. The intended market are mainstream users and small businesses, the DG1 discrete video cards will not be sold separately via the retail channel.

Intel's DG1-based Iris Xe is a very low-end offering with a 30W TDP.
The Iris Xe features DG1 GPU based on 10nm SuperFin architecture. The processor has 80 Execution Units (640 Shading Units). Intel has not revealed the clock speed for the non-Max variant. The Iris Xe MAX is clocked at 1650 MHz. The graphics card features 4GB of LPDDR4X memory across a 128-bit bus interface. With a bandwidth of 68 GB/s, the card is clearly not targeted at gamers.
Intel DG1 discrete video cards

Via: VideoCardz

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