Although Intel’s ARC series will not be released until the first quarter of next year, the current news is increasing. Moreover, Intel also released a lot of information about Xe-HPG at the Architecture Day event. Two GPUs, DG2-512EU and DG2-128EU, were also posted on the official website, and now Twitter user @Locuza_ has annotated the official DG2-128EU GPU core map, which has only 96bit video memory width.
The memory controller of the DG2-128EU GPU is composed of a 64bit and a 32bit and supports GDDR6. This is confirmed by the previously exposed DG2-128 graphics card PCB with only 3 video memory soldering positions. The desktop version of the DG2-128 graphics card should be equipped with 96bit/6GB GDDR6 video memory. If there is nothing surprising, the memory frequency should be 16Gbps, and the power consumption will not exceed 75W, and the mobile version of DG2-128 will be a 64bit memory width, with 4GB or 8GB of video memory.