While we count on Intel’s gaming-dedicated DG2 GPU to arrive next year, making way for a third graphics card producer to select from aside from the present AMD and Nvidia duopoly, it introduced its low-power, OEM-only DG1 mannequin again at CES 2020.

Although Intel doesn’t particularly designate it as a gaming GPU, the DG1 now appears in the specs of a prebuilt Cyberpower gaming PC, making us marvel what it’s able to. Coming in at $749.99 alongside an Intel Core i5-11400F, it has surprisingly good worth contemplating the stock issues pushing the costs of even final technology greater.

There’s little in the way of benchmarks for the Xe-LP-based DG1 simply but, however the reality it’s discovered its way inside a finances gaming PC is good news for the future DG2 card. If this low cost GPU can run PC video games competently with simply 4GB of VRAM and low 30W energy consumption, that can converse extremely of Intel’s GPU optimisation and will translate to its successor.

From what we all know of the DG2, it may even rival the Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 3070 and AMD’s Radeon RX 6800. We’ll want to attend for the assessments to come back in earlier than leaping to staff blue, nonetheless, and it’s not going we’ll see DG1 for sasle outdoors of pre-built gaming PCs.

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