Intel's Iris Xe discrete desktop graphics card has finally started selling online. Like the company had announced earlier, the new GPU is available to purchase from an OEM, CyberPowerPC.
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Basemark GPU score of the Intel Iris discrete desktop graphics card (DG1) has been spotted. The card has scored 17,289 points and is similar in performance to an AMD Radeon RX 550.
Intel has stated that its new, discrete desktop GPU is only compatible with 9th- and 10th-generation chips from the company, and supports a handful of motherboards. AMD PCs are not supported yet.
Intel has finally launched its Iris Xe Desktop Graphics Card which has been teased by the company for a long time. For now though, it will be sold by system integrators only in pre-built systems.
Today, Intel held its Architecture Day event, and with it came some news regarding the company's upcoming GPU, the DG1, which is now in production and expected to ship later this year.