Ponte Vecchio’s replacement, Falcon Shores, speculation

Fifteen-hundred water-cooled watts light up the rumorsphere.

Jon Peddie

When Intel announced in 2023 that the Ponte Vecchio product line wouldn’t be extended, it also said it would skip the replacement Rialto Bridge product and jump to the third-generation product, Falcon Shores, forecasted for 2025. Intel also said it would move to a two-year GPU release cadence for data center GPU products. Falcon Shores will be the first GPU based on Intel’s next-gen Xe graphics architecture. Originally planned in May 2022, at Intel’s IDC as an XPU, Falcon Shores was described as an x86 CPU and GPU similar to AMD’s Instinct MI300A APU. (Source: Intel) But Intel was still

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