New Intel DG2 Gaming GPU Reportedly Comes Close to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Performance

The new Intel DG2 GPU is rumored to feature a new architecture designed to compete directly with NVIDIA’s best gaming GPUs. The new architecture is said to offer the industry’s first truly discrete GPU architecture for laptops. The chip is expected to be a significant improvement over its predecessor, offering an increase in overall performance and a decrease in power consumption. TechPowerUp has posted leaked information regarding the new GPU, including some details regarding its architecture and performance, and it appears to be very close to the performance of NVIDIA’s RTX 2070.

This week, OC3D has received information regarding a new Intel based gaming GPU coming soon. The new Intel GPU is called the DG2 and it is effectively a cut down version of the Intel i7-8086K CPU. The new GPU is essentially a rebranded version of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, with the same amount of CUDA cores and memory.

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Intel TUM_APISAK shared some figures showing how two Intel Xe-HPG DG2 gaming GPUs fare against the competition. According to the leak, Intel’s second-best DG2 GPU – a recently unveiled SKU with 448 execution units and a clock speed of 1.8 GHz – will approach the performance of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics cards. It is also claimed that this particular GPU is 8% slower than AMD’s Radeon RX 6700 XT. Another Intel DG2 GPU with only 128 execution units, but clocked at 1.9 GHz, is said to be 12% faster than NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1650. RX 6700 XT 100% RTX 3070 97% 448EU @ 1.8GHz 92%⬅️ ———————————- 128EU @ 1.9GHz 100%⬅️ GTX 1650 88% – APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) 18. June 2021

Intel Xe-HPG DG2 GPU

Type of packaging PGA2660 PGA2660 PGA2660 TO BE CONFIRMED TO BE CONFIRMED
Supported storage technologies GDDR6 GDDR6 GDDR6 GDDR6 GDDR6
Memory speed 16 Gbps 16 Gbps 16 Gbps 16 Gbps 16 Gbps
Interface / Bus 256-bit 192 bits 128 bits 64-bit 64-bit
Memory size (max.) 16GB 12 GB 8GB 4GB 4GB
Graphics processing units (GPUs)  512 384 256 196 128
Graphical frequency (high) Mobile  1.1 GHz 600 MHz 450 MHz TO BE CONFIRMED TO BE CONFIRMED
Graphics Frequency (Turbo) Mobile 1.8 GHz 1.8 GHz 1.4 GHz TO BE CONFIRMED TO BE CONFIRMED
TDP Mobile (chip only) 100 100 100 TO BE CONFIRMED TO BE CONFIRMED

Source: Igor’s laboratory

Intel Xe-HPG DG2 discrete graphics cards for gaming, based on theGPU

GPU option GPU SKU Actuator Shading units (cores) Storage capacity Memory bus TGP
Xe-HPG 512EU DG2-512EU 512 EU 4096 16/8GB GDDR6 256-bit ~275W
Xe-HPG 384EU DG2-384EU 384 EU 3072 12/6GB GDDR6 192 bits TO BE CONFIRMED
Xe-HPG 256EU DG2-384EU 256 EU 2048 8/4 GB GDDR6 128 bits TO BE CONFIRMED
Xe-HPG 192EU DG2-384EU 192 EC 1536 4 GB GDDR6 128 bits TO BE CONFIRMED
Xe-HPG 128EU DG2-128EU 128 EC 1024 4 GB GDDR6 64-bit TO BE CONFIRMED
Xe-HPG 96EU DG2-128EU 86 EC 768 4 GB GDDR6 64-bit ~120W

Source: Wccftech […] the Intel Xe-HPG DG2-448 EU SKU tested was clocked at around 1.8 GHz and the 128 EU SKU was clocked at around 1.9 GHz. We don’t know if it’s the average, maximum or base clock speed, but based on what we’ve seen with the Xe architecture, it should be the maximum clock speed. Sources: TUM_APISAK, Wccftech, Igor’s laboratory

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is the RTX 3070 compatible?

Today we have a new round of rumors for NVIDIA’s new Turing-based GeForce RTX 30 series and new details for an upcoming Intel 7nm GPU. Photon is NVIDIA’s expected successor to the Pascal architecture, and NVIDIA is claiming that Turing will deliver up to a 350% increase in performance over the Volta generation. Today we’re taking a look at a brand new graphics card from Intel, the DG2, and testing to see how well it compares to its NVIDIA rival, the GeForce RTX 3070.

Is the 3070 good for gaming?

Intel has finally started to launch their new line of gaming graphics cards. The first two GPUs of the line-up are based on the Intel 7th Gen Core processor codenamed “Coffee Lake”. The Intel Core i7-7700K and the Core i5-7600K support AMD’s new Radeon RX Vega 56 while the i3-7100 and i5-7600 chips for now feature only Intel’s integrated graphics. The new Intel 7th Gen Core processors are expected to launch in the coming weeks.

A few months ago, many of you were wondering why the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 was out of stock when the RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti launched. It turns out that the price of the previous generation was being dropped due to the launch of the new GTX 1180 and 1180 Ti, which have now become the new king of the gaming block. While this has meant that the RTX 2070 has become more competitive, it also means that you can’t find a decent GTX 1060 or 1070 anymore.

Can the RTX 3070 run 4K?

Graphics card manufacturers have a lot to be excited about in 2019 because the growth of the Gaming Desktop market will surely be a focus of most of their time and energy. The arrival of NVIDIA’s new RTX series has brought several new models to the market, with new specs and price points to match. One of the new additions is the RTX 3070, which is said to be more than capable of running games in 1440p @ 60fps, which is a huge improvement over the previous generation, and certainly nothing to sniff at. The GeForce RTX 3070 is not a mainstream card, but it is not a poor card either, for this is a card that is said to be able to compete with the RTX 2070.

The specs of the 3070 are pretty much the same as the RTX 2070 chip, but the 3070 does come with an added feature known as “VirtualLink”. It is a connector that allows the card to be connected to a monitor using either a DisplayPort or USB-C port, which is why a lot of the manufacturers chose the RTX 3070 over the RTX 2070.

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