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    Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Raja Koduri, its chief architect, and other execs to provide updates on tech and outlook.
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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Whenever I hear that codename I'm thinking of a sound card...

    Anyway, colour me cautiously excited.

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Whenever I hear that codename I'm thinking of a sound card...

    Anyway, colour me cautiously excited.
    Yeah I’m the same. Nvidia desperately needs some competition and AMD AT THE MOMENT is not providing any.
    Their 590 is a good performer but that power draw is horrendous, nearly 2x power consumption for about 10% performance increase over the 1060 (game/benchmark dependent). According the the Hexus review.

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Quote Originally Posted by will19565 View Post
    Yeah I’m the same. Nvidia desperately needs some competition and AMD AT THE MOMENT is not providing any.
    Their 590 is a good performer but that power draw is horrendous, nearly 2x power consumption for about 10% performance increase over the 1060 (game/benchmark dependent). According the the Hexus review.

    In AMDs defence they're just pushing what remains of Raja's design while working on Navi. I expect next year to be an interesting time for consumers
    Last edited by eHM; 28-11-2018 at 03:35 PM.

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Finally! I've been waiting to find out more about larrabee since I got my GTX460 as a stop-gap. It's been a long stop-gap.

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Can't wait to see what AMD product Intel is releasing

    I kid, would be interesting what Intel is thinking of doing in the GPU market...

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Is it just me who reads 'discrete GPU' and thinks only of add-in card?

    Apparently Intel don't think the same as they say about connecting their GPU via EMIB so it would be more like a Kaby Lake G, technically they're correct but it's not what i think of when talking about discrete GPUs.

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    Is it just me who reads 'discrete GPU' and thinks only of add-in card?

    Apparently Intel don't think the same as they say about connecting their GPU via EMIB so it would be more like a Kaby Lake G, technically they're correct but it's not what i think of when talking about discrete GPUs.
    If they had called it an IGPU, a pedant would have pointed out it is technically discrete, so they would never have won that one either way

    But yes I agree with what you say, to me a discrete GPU means an add in card, or at least one soldered into a laptop.

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Quote Originally Posted by Corky34 View Post
    Is it just me who reads 'discrete GPU' and thinks only of add-in card?

    Apparently Intel don't think the same as they say about connecting their GPU via EMIB so it would be more like a Kaby Lake G, technically they're correct but it's not what i think of when talking about discrete GPUs.
    I could understand if they're connecting the memory (in the same way as HBM2) to the gpu. Maybe the dGPU also includes a cpu on the package.... Then we're going down the Volta route where you have specific cores for different tasks.

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Arctic Sound
    "enter the market with a bang"
    So this isn't going to be a quiet card...

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Whenever I hear that codename I'm thinking of a sound card...

    Anyway, colour me cautiously excited.
    You're thinking of Arctic Lights. That's the sound card. Obviously. )

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    The most important thing is that it can run Battlefield V in full DXR mode at 4K/90FPS
    The more you live, less you die. More you play, more you die. Isn't it great.

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Koduri has taken to Twitter to say that "It’s intel architecture day..not a ‘dgpu day’"

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Quote Originally Posted by mtyson View Post
    Koduri has taken to Twitter to say that "It’s intel architecture day..not a ‘dgpu day’"
    Anyone else read this as not a dog poo day...

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Quote Originally Posted by mtyson View Post
    Koduri has taken to Twitter to say that "It’s intel architecture day..not a ‘dgpu day’"
    Yeah, sounds like "we don't have anything at all but we have to try and pull attention from AMD in any way we can".

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    Re: Intel Arctic Sound GPU event expected next month

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Whenever I hear that codename I'm thinking of a sound card...

    Anyway, colour me cautiously excited.
    It not google "dropping ice down a borehole explained"

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