Intel is working on discrete graphics cards of its own production

Intel работает над дискретными видеокартами собственного производства

The output of the discrete graphics Intel contributed the NVIDIA Corporation.

Intel has decided to go beyond the Central processor. CEO Brian Krzanich has officially announced that Intel is working on a new discrete graphics cards of its own production.

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Intel is now actively working on two lines of GPU code names Arctic Sound and Jupiter Sound. Industry analyst Ashraf Issa claims that the Arctic Sound will be the first graphics accelerator Intel 12 generation and get a bus EMIB for connection with the processor. Although this scheme is similar to already existing integrated solutions Vega MH and Intel 8809G, its scope is not limited to data centers. To be released, according to available information, planned and hamerska series graphics cards.

Ruler Jupiter Sound will become heir to Arctic Sound, and will be for 13 the generation of graphics from Intel. Release date of new items is still unknown, because it is at an early stage of development. However, it is expected that it will be significantly faster its predecessor.

Earlier in the network already rumors that Intel will show a new GPU at CES 2019, but, according to Krzanich, running discrete graphics cards will take place only in 2020. Considering that the average from the start of development until the release of AMD is three years, this statement seems very ambitious.

Note, however, that the responsibility for unit GPU has become Coduri Raja, the former head Radeon Technologies Group, which has rich experience in the development of graphics cards.

The output of the discrete graphics Intel contributed to the Corporation NVIDIA, because she sold processor giant your base layers and a license to manufacture graphics cards. This allowed Intel to start developing their own video cards without fear of patent lawsuits.

It should be noted that this is not the first attempt of Intel to enter the market of discrete graphics, but for the first time the company invests in the development of such ambitions, resources and talents.