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    Intel to discuss Gen11 graphics at GDC in mid-March

    And it just launched a new graphics driver with support for Apex Legends, Civ4:GS.
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    Re: Intel to discuss Gen11 graphics at GDC in mid-March

    The excerpt above should say Civ6:GS.

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    Re: Intel to discuss Gen11 graphics at GDC in mid-March

    it will be a good idea if intel buys out the Radeon Technology Group

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    Re: Intel to discuss Gen11 graphics at GDC in mid-March

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    it will be a good idea if intel buys out the Radeon Technology Group
    This stupid tosh again. Why would they a) want to and b) need to?

    Such a silly notion

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    Re: Intel to discuss Gen11 graphics at GDC in mid-March

    When and if Intel release a disrete graphics solution - It will tell us one of two things.
    Either Kodouri was being hampered by lack of funds at AMD, or he is yesterdays man who has nothing left to contribute in the graphics engineering wotld.

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    Re: Intel to discuss Gen11 graphics at GDC in mid-March

    Quote Originally Posted by ohmaheid View Post
    When and if Intel release a disrete graphics solution - It will tell us one of two things.
    Either Kodouri was being hampered by lack of funds at AMD, or he is yesterdays man who has nothing left to contribute in the graphics engineering wotld.
    Vega is pretty good as a compute card.
    The problem is that AMD have never made serious inroads into the big compute markets and with limited funds, adding features which focus on compute probably came at the expense of gaming performance. If they had a larger budget, I'm sure they could have made an architecture focussed on both with the gaming card being based on different smaller dies with most of the compute features removed. Like Nvidia does (although Turing is a bit of a mix although with RTX they found a way to reuse of the AI focused stuff).

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