Intel has started shipping its very first desktop Iris Xe discrete graphics cards, previously known under the code-named “DG1”, after cosigning and partnering with two companies including ASUS. The Intel Iris Xe discrete graphics cards are targeted at mainstream users and small to medium-sized businesses and are being sold to system integrators who will offer the Iris Xe discrete graphics as part of pre-built systems, explains Intel.
“The new cards offer a compelling upgrade to existing options in the market segment. They feature three display outputs; hardware video decode and encode acceleration, including AV1 decode support; Adaptive Sync; Display HDR support and artificial intelligence capabilities thanks to DP4a deep-learning inference acceleration. The Iris Xe discrete graphics cards come with 80 execution units and 4 gigabytes of video memory.”
“Following the launch of Intel Iris Xe MAX for notebooks, Intel’s first Xe-based discrete graphics processing unit, Intel and its partners saw the opportunity to better serve the high-volume, value-desktop market with improved graphics, display and media acceleration capabilities.”
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