Intel’s GPU could bruise AMD and Nvidia 5 ways

It’s no longer if, but when Intel will reveal its consumer-class discrete GPU (dGPU) family. And when it does, it will initially have a negative impact on the incumbent PC dGPU suppliers AMD and Nvidia. Later in 2021 or 2022, the company will ship its high-end Ponte Vecchio AIB for the Aurora supercomputer. If everything goes right for Intel and ...

Jon Peddie

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