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    Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    It pales in comparison to the likes of the Radeon RX 5500 XT or GeForce GTX 1650.
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    Re: Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    I want to say this is because it's a first generation foray.

    But this is being front runnered by Raja, the very man who caused the massive overhype for Vega which was a big leader into the loss of confidence into the RTG development.

    And you can tell Intel isn't happy with him as all the marketing budget has been pulled, there is very little talk and no big events constantly being advertised and rammed down peoples throats.

    I'm still maintaining that Raja can be a powerful force, but he needs a choke chain that gets pulled when he goes down a rabbit hole.

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    Re: Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    0.X hardware is buggy and slow, as usual

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    Re: Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    I'm still maintaining that Raja can be a powerful force, but he needs a choke chain that gets pulled when he goes down a rabbit hole.
    I must say AMD seem to have come on leaps and bounds without him.

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    Re: Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    I must say AMD seem to have come on leaps and bounds without him.
    RDNA2 will be the telltale, if it is a resounding success then AMD has finally managed to get off of Rajas designs. The way he's been playing the Xe campaign is so reminiscent of Vega and the Fury ranges.

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    Re: Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    You suck at OpenCL...Oh wait...Who's using it?..Never mind...Fake news, move along. Not that I believe in Intel or anything gpu wise. Just saying...Nobody cares about OpenCL. See Cuda/NV's workstation/pro share. Nuff said.

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    Re: Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    Compared to a current 15w APU:

    https://gfxbench.com/compare.jsp?ben...+Plus+Graphics

    It's quicker, sometimes!

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    Re: Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    I do think Intel at some point can walk hard into the market, but I believe Raja is not the man for it.... also would welcome more competetion especially in the really topend GFX for the consumers... would not mind 3-4 in the market to drive down the prices... and would also teach them to bake chips with lesser waste as well.

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    Re: Intel Xe DG1 GPU packing system tested in Geekbench

    Quote Originally Posted by nobodyspecial View Post
    You suck at OpenCL...Oh wait...Who's using it?..Never mind...Fake news, move along. Not that I believe in Intel or anything gpu wise. Just saying...Nobody cares about OpenCL. See Cuda/NV's workstation/pro share. Nuff said.
    Intel always did surprisingly well in OpenCL benchmarks. That result in almost up with a 2060 Super, which for this piddly little test card is bonkers.

    I wouldn't read too much meaning into workstation market share, other than well done Nvidia on becoming the default choice when you buy a Dell workstation. I have yet to use a Quadro where a cheap GT710 wouldn't do the job just as well.

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