Intel is developing mining cards, not game cards: Raja Koduri

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Yukesh Prabhu
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Intel’s upcoming DG2 Alchemist gaming discrete graphics cards are expected to be a great menace to NVIDIA because recently, GeForce RTX 2050 was announced by the firm.

NVIDIA hasn’t revealed the specification for the chip. However, data miners took over the role. They showed some key features it’s more likely positioning behind the existing APUs and entry-level products. The green brand is relentlessly progressing to keep up the ardor; synchronously, NVIDIA has already begun to feel the vying for the race.

Intel’s DG2 graphics card is around the corner, and there have been numerous leaks suggestions is started to wander around the doors of developers.

Furthermore, the firm has nothing to do with it either; in an interview, Raja Koduri Indian born American, Executive of Intel graphics card business, surprisingly unveiled a plethora of detailed statistics for the first time. According to his revelation, Intel’s forthcoming subtle yet highly anticipated Alchemist Graphics card has completed the beta testing phase, allies have received the test results sample, developers are scrutinizing the results, and persistently providing feedback for the chip in relative terms.

However, the final chip design hasn’t been completed yet. Raja Koduri also said that he would go with the public version of the blue tone of the chip only if the authority allows him to transpire, and the one recently exposed is a silver-gray tone.

Intel is currently zeroing in on the GPU shortage problem; it might be the entire semiconductor industry problem. Still, Intel’s Alchemist GPU has been set down into production at TSMC; Intel could be working on establishing an indestructible foundation. Raja Koduri spotlighted that mining is certainly not in our prime goal list of Intel graphics cards. Moreover, he reaffirmed that Intel has already been progressing mining-related hardware solutions.

Furthermore, it has no context related to graphics cards. The technology of Intel’s Alchemist could not support multi-GPU interconnection. However, it could be hacked through a particular software. Intel has been prepping for future multi-generation hardware products to progress under the name of Intel; it is developing various software technologies and solutions.

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