Today the YouTuber revealed the first photo of the graphics card’s PCB. It is not a frontal picture, but of its back, where we can only see the basic component layout. The PCB is much longer than the current NVIDIA RTX 30 series, but this shouldn’t come as surprise considering this is an engineering sample. The PCB supports dual 8-pin power connectors, which are soldered, but there is room for additional pair. This might be a leftover from earlier samples and something that Intel might remove later (this can also help to reduce the size of the PCB). -- VideoCardzMoore's Law is Dead also reiterates that the DG2 successor for 2023 is codenamed "Elasti" and he reports Intel is working on a "Smooth Frame Delivery" technique. The latter sounds similar to NVIDIA's Reflex and AMD's Radeon Boost.
Intel DG2-512EU engineering board photo leaks
Posted on Monday, May 31 2021 @ 11:29 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck