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Intel Xe GPU caught in the wild, 1.65GHz GPU clock with Tiger Lake CPU
Intel's new Xe GPU has been spotted, inside of a new Tiger Lake-powered laptop and found in a benchmark with 1.65GHz GPU clocks.
Intel teases it will deliver more details on Xe graphics in 20 days
Intel says that it will have more to share on its Xe graphics in 20 days, but quickly deleted the tweet -- but we have it.
Raja Koduri shows off Intel Xe GPU from Intel's Folsom labs in the US
These are our latest photos of Intel's new Xe GPU -- up close and personal thanks to Raja Koduri.
Intel shows off Xe GPU running Battlefield V at 1080p 30FPS
Intel Tiger Lake APU with integrated Xe GPU runs Battlefield V on high settings at 1080p and 30FPS stable.
Intel 'Father of All' GPUs to be succeeded by 'Superman of All' GPUs
Raja Koduri teases high-end Intel GPU, and then its successor in the 'Superman of All' GPUs.
Intel Xe GPU: up to 500W teased, beats Big Navi and GeForce RTX 3080?
Intel Xe consumer GPU could hit 300W TDP, data center part packs up to 500W TDP.
Intel to detail Xe GPU architecture and features at GDC 2020
Intel will provide a 'detailed tour' of the Xe GPU architecture at GDC 2020.
Intel Xe: One GPU Architecture To Rule Them All
Intel begins shipping out DG1 discrete graphics SDKs to developers and we have some official information to share.
Intel's new Tiger Lake CPUs: 10nm and pack Intel Xe GPU tech
Intel's new Tiger Lake CPUs arrive on 10nm, and pack double the graphics performance.
Intel GPU boss Raja Koduri teases 'mother of all' Xe GPUs
Raja Koduri calls high performance Intel Xe GPU 'father of all' silicon.
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 Xe GPU will have hardware ray tracing support
Intel teases hardware ray tracing support for Xe GPU, steps up to match NVIDIA with GeForce RTX.