Intel has confirmed that it has ditched native support for DirectX 9 on its various Xe-based graphics products. These include its upcoming Arc discrete GPUs, Raptor Lake graphics, and newer.
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The full-fat 96 Execution Unit (EU) Iris Xe Max from Gunnir has been tested and it isn't much better than the 80EU part, despite possessing nearly a third more raw computing horsepower.
Intel Arc laptop GPUs are scheduled to be announced at the end of the month and retailers have already started listing units online. Such is the case with the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Book2.
Intel revealed earlier today the release date for its Arc discrete graphics products. And along with that, the company has also, for the first time ever, shared some performance numbers for Arc.
Intel released a new driver version 188.8.131.520 today. The new driver resolves graphics glitches in Forza Horizon 5, among others, and fixes a crash issue in the Microsoft Store version of Dirt 5.
According to rumors, Intel will be launching its discrete GPU series in March next year, which was originally rumored to be launched in CES 2022 with just two products initially, then later expanding.
A NUC driver has perhaps unveiled more than Intel would have liked. The SKU names of the upcoming first-gen ARC Alchemist GPUs have been revealed and also the codename of the next-gen architecture.
Intel's latest Windows graphics driver version 184.108.40.2061 fixes stability issues for Windows Desktop Window Manager (DWM). The driver also brings game optimizations and carries a few bug fixes.
Intel demoed some gameplay of its ARC Alchemist GPU yesterday at The Game Awards 2021 event. One of the images in the video may have unveiled some information regarding ARC, like temperature.
In 2025, Intel plans to launch its fourth-gen ARC discrete graphics cards dubbed "Druid" according to an Intel ARC official. This means a launch cadence period of just one year for Intel's ARC GPUs.
Intel's newest processors are getting its first graphics driver, version 220.127.116.1128, today, adding support for Windows 10 20H2 and newer, including Windows 11. There are known issues as well.
Intel's new graphics driver version 18.104.22.16855 adds support for DX12 video encoding for H.264 and H.265 on Windows 11. Aside from that, it fixes plenty of gaming-related and general bugs too.
At its Architecture Day 2021 today, Intel has revealed more information on its upcoming discrete graphics cards. The company has detailed the architecture of first-gen Arc products called Alchemist.
To promote its newly-unveiled Arc branding for the upcoming discrete graphics cards, Intel is giving away, among other stuff, an Arc branded discrete GPUs to five lucky winners from across the world.
Intel has unveiled today its new "Arc" brand. Arc will be similar to GeForce and Radeon and will denote all of Intel's hardware and software that will be designed for its upcoming discrete graphics.
Alleged NUC 12 details have leaked and they suggest Intel could be having its own in-house discrete graphics in the next-gen NUC. The GPUs will apparently feature 8,12 and 16GB VRAM.
A few days earlier, an allegedly official Twitter account of 3dfx Interactive announced that it's returning on August 5. Today, the same handle has posted again sharing some more related information.
Intel appears to be making excellent progress on the clock speeds of its upcoming Xe HPG (DG2) discrete graphics. According to a leaked Geekbench 5 run, the GPU is now reaching 2.2GHz.
AMD recently launched the RX 6600 XT for $379, a price higher than many expected. The company's justification is the doubling of memory prices which is indeed true, according to price listings online.
Intel's Xe HPG or DG2 which was slated for launch later this year has purportedly been delayed according to a new report today. The GPU is now rumored to be making its debut at CES next year.
Intel has released its new display driver version 22.214.171.12484. The major highlight of this release is the support for Windows 11 on all compatible hardware. There is also F1 2021 support, and more.
At the ongoing ISC 2021 event, Intel has released more details regarding its next-gen server platform including the Sapphire Rapids Xeons as well as its Xe HPC-based Ponte Vecchio HPC accelerators.
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.
Alleged details regarding Intel's Arctic Sound GPUs have leaked today. Arctic Sound products will be using Intel's Xe HP microarchitecture and will be deployed as data center and server accelerators.
Intel's DG2 is reportedly heading to notebooks and laptops first, according to a report today. The launch time for the initial batch of DG2-based discrete graphics cards is allegedly in late Q4 2021.
An employee at Intel has shared a job invitation link which is hinting at the potential launch date for Intel's high-end Xe graphics codenamed DG2. Apparently, "DG2 is right around the corner".
Intel has released its latest DCH graphics driver version 126.96.36.19966. The new driver has plenty of fixes baked-in which include ones related to graphics glitches, 8K monitor problems, and more.
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 released a new teaser video for its upcoming high-end Xe HPG graphics architecture. Outside of the music and effects, the teaser also has a couple of puzzles, one of which has been solved.
Intel's chief GPU lead, Raja Koduri, has tweeted a screenshot of the company's Xe HPG discrete graphics chip running an upcoming 3DMark Mesh Shader test. The GPU will be launching later this year.
Intel has announced that it's now shipping its graphics card for data centers, simply called the Intel Server GPU. The card promises to be an efficient solution for Android cloud-based gaming.
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.
A leaked benchmark seems to indicate that the upcoming Intel Tiger Lake chips will offer double the graphics performance of Ice Lake. The new processors are expected later this year.
Leaked press deck of Intel's highly anticipated Xe graphics architecture show an attractive looking piece of dev kit meant for ISVs. The slides also reiterate Intel's plans with the Xe architecture.
Today, ahead of CES, Intel showed off its next generation of mobile processors, codenamed Tiger Lake. Based on the 10nm+ process, the new chips promise significant performance gains.
At SC19, Intel revealed more information about its GPU-accelerated HPC, AI and exascale ambitions. The company also announced the rumored Ponte Vecchio GPU which will drive such solutions.
Intel's discrete graphics is allegedly codenamed "Ponte Vecchio". These GPUs will reportedly power 'Project Aurora', which intends to be the first in the U.S. to break exascale computing.