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Intel GPU boss Raja Koduri says GPU Golden Age is here, and he's right
Intel GPU boss Raja Koduri is geeking out on Twitter over all these new GPUs including Intel's upcoming Xe GPUs -- Golden Age GPUs.
Intel's first DG1 3GB graphics card is faster than a PlayStation 4
Intel DG1 with 768 cores and 3GB of VRAM spotted, is also fast enough to play VR games.
Intel Xe graphics card is ALIVE! First cards are now being tested
Intel's first Xe discrete GPU has been tested, with DG1 reportedly out of the oven.
No, Intel's first Xe graphics card won't cost $200
Intel gets some free hype with mistranslation teasing the first Xe graphics card costing $200.
Intel teases its graphics card in prototype renders
Intel uses its Odyssey event at GDC 2019 to show off some prototype renders of its upcoming Xe graphics cards.
Intel teases its new control panel for discrete GPUs
Intel rides the hype wave with a tease of its control panel for future graphics cards.
Intel lays ground work down for future domination with GPUs
Intel GPU boss Raja Koduri promises to bring the hurt to NVIDIA and AMD with discrete graphics domination.
Intel graphics card gets fan made concept art, looks great
Intel Xe graphics card teased in awesome renderings, looks great.
No, Intel isn't hosting a conference for its GPU next month
Rumor has it Intel will tease its GPU next month, but we can report that it is NOT happening.
Former Radeon marketing boss joins Intel discrete GPU team
Darren McPhee joins Intel discrete GPU marketing team, used to work at ATI before, and after AMD acquired the company.
Intel could unveil its new graphics card at CES 2019
Team Blue vs Team Green: Intel preparing their GPU to be unveiled soon, possible launch at CES 2019.
Intel prepares GPU launch with 'Day 0, Launch Ready' drivers
Intel prepares for graphics card launch with 'Day 0, Launch Ready' graphics driver.
Intel working on gaming graphics card, wants to kill NVIDIA
Intel is working on a next-gen desktop graphics card, will fight NVIDIA... but where does that leave AMD?