Intel has been rumored to be engaged on a discrete graphics card for a while now, and we might nicely see it introduced at CES 2019.
Not less than that’s the phrase on the Web in keeping with Anthony Garreffa from TweakTown. In accordance with an trade supply inside Intel, Garreffa alleges that Intel’s GPU workforce has “reached the tip of this primary step, and at the moment are getting ready for the massive [GPU] launch.”
Supposedly after buying the Athlon and Ryzen CPU architect Jim Keller, Intel is now pushing full-steam forward with the following era Intel graphics core.
Beforehand, Intel poached AMD’s Radeon Tech Group Chief, Raja Koduri, and World Product Advertising and marketing, Chris Hook. On prime of this, we previously reported that Intel is constructing a graphics-focused workforce of at the least 102 private. With all of that in thoughts it appears sure that Intel is engaged on one thing massive within the GPU world.
In fact, we’ll should take this rumor with a grain of salt. Particularly when Tweaktown’s final supply confirmed that Nvidia would launch a new GPU in late March on the firm GPU Know-how Convention. Clearly, that didn’t occur.
Through PC Gamer