Intel officially announced that the first discrete graphics product will be available in 2020.
Analyst RayShrout revealed that the news came from Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, who was publicly open at the analyst meeting last week.
Now Intel’s official Twitter @Intel News has confirmed it, and the official push even forwarded RayShrout’s review article “Opinion: Intel makes it a three-way race with AMD and Nvidia on graphics chips(Viewpoint: Intel's entry into the GPU chip market, and AMD/NVIDIA's battle for the Big Three).
In fact, Intel recruited former AMD graphics card leader Raja Koduri (this year's Radeon brand trader Chris Hook also joined the marketing campaign) in November last year to demonstrate his determination to enter the market. However, Intel's external use "first" to show, but are familiar with the history of science and technology, this should be Intel's "three palaces".
The picture shows the Knights Landing Accelerator Card by Larrabee
The first was the 1998 740, the only Intel-only discrete graphics card in history, and the second was the Larrabee project around 2008-2010, which attempted to build x86-based graphics cards. The results ended without success and the Xeon Phi Accelerator project was finally achieved.
On the back of Xindi Xian, although Intel has not provided further information, Navin Shenoy, executive vice president of the data center business of the company, confirmed that the new GPU is not only providing solutions in areas such as data centers, but also consumer-level fields (games). , video production steady?).
Previously there was rumors that Intel’s single-chip display was the fastest on display at CES 2019 next January. The product codenamed Arctic Sound or Jupiter Sound may now look somewhat optimistic.