Intel Xe-HPG DG2 with 16GB of video memory appeared on Geekbench with 512 execution units

As Intel faces a strong counterattack from AMD in the processor market, so Intel chose to return to the discrete graphics market that has been away for many years while continuing to fight AMD in the processor field, hoping to make more money and make the financial report more attractive.

We previously reported that Intel and ASUS jointly launched the first graphics card Iris Xe to return to the discrete graphics market. From the appearance, it can be seen that the performance of this graphics card is not good.

Today, the media found in the Geekbench database that Intel’s flagship discrete graphics card Xe-HPG DG2-512EU has not yet been listed. Test data shows that this graphics card runs on a computer equipped with a 12th-generation Core processor.

The data shows that the Xe-HPG DG2-512EU has a frequency of 1.8GHz, is equipped with 512 execution units, has 4096 stream processors, and the video memory data shows 12.6GB. However, there have been related reports that the memory is 16GB.

Source: Geekbench

As for the 12th-generation Core processor, it is undoubtedly a 10nm process. The data shows that it has 16 cores and 24 threads. The base frequency and the core frequency are 2.19GHz and 4.59GHz respectively. It is not clear whether these two frequency data are large or small cores.

Via: videocardz