Raja Koduri teases Xe-HPG discrete DG2 GPU with 512 Execution Units

Published: 2nd Jun 2021, 06:05 GMT   Comments

Raja Koduri shows off Xe-HPG 512EU GPPU

And so begins the teasing of the next-generation high-end Intel discrete GPU series.

On Twitter, Raja Koduri (SVP, Chief Architect, and GM for Intel Architecture, Graphics, and Software) revealed the graphics processor for the upcoming Xe-HPG based series. The chip is labeled DG2-512 which confirms it has 512 Execution Units (4096 cores). It is the flagship GPU for the new series that will be paired with up to 16GB of GDDR6 memory.

Intel DG2-512EU GPU, Source: Raja Koduri

Koduri confirms that DG2 development is ongoing. The last few weeks were very productive at Folsom labs, he reveals. The path to next-generation GPU architecture had its bumps though, as he quotes Roger Chandler: “From jittery journeys to buttery smooth”. He also revealed that game optimizations still to take place in the future, which indicates that the launch is probably not happening very soon.

At this moment we know about five SKUs based on the DG2 family. At least three GPUs are to launch, including 512EU, 384EU, and 128EU models. The 512EU variant will be used for discrete mobile and desktop graphics cards, marking a great return to high-performance graphics by Intel.

INTEL DG2 Mobile Gaming Graphics Cards
SKU1SKU2SKU3SKU4SKU5
Mobile PackageBGA2660BGA2660BGA2660BGA1379BGA1379
GPUDG2-512EUDG2-384EUDG2-384EUDG2-128EUDG2-128EU
Execution Units
 
512
 
384
 
256
 
128
 
96
Shading Units
 
4096
 
3072
 
2048
 
1024
 
768
Memory
 
16GB GDDR6
 
12GB GDDR6
 
8GB GDDR6
 
4GB GDDR6
 
4GB GDDR6
Bus
 
256-bit
 
192-bit
 
128-bit
 
64-bit
 
64-bit
Mobile Base Clock
 
1.1 GHz
 
0.6 GHz
 
0.45 GHz
TBCTBC
Mobile Boost Clock
 
1.8 GHz
 
1.8 GHz
 
1.4 GHz
TBCTBC
Mobile (TGP)
 
120W
 
80W
 
60W
 
35W
 
25W

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