128 EU, 384 EU and 512 EU versionsFirst up, the data find confirms earlier rumors about the DG2 arriving in three different configurations. There's a variant with 128 execution units (EUs), a model with 384 EUs, and a version with 512 EUs. It's believed each execution unit has eight shading units, so this results in a total of 4096 cores for the maximum configuration.
Five laptop SKUs confirmed -- Intel goes for mobile firstNext, there's confirmation about five mobile variants of the DG2. The first mobile models are expected to launch alongside Tiger Lake-H, which is expected next quarter. There's also a listing that reveals a 512 EU DG2 is in the works for the future Alder Lake-P CPUs. There's also a mentioning of 256 EU and 96 EU parts.
At least according to this information on Intel's website, the laptop market seems to be Intel's first point of focus. Most of these models have BGA sockets and are soldered to the motherboard. One of the listings does confirm the existence of a DG2 PCI Express add-in-card, but it's unknown which configurations will be offered.