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    Re: Intel brings discrete Xe GPUs to mainstream and business PCs

    I like to think of this as 'proof of concept'. Yes, the specificity and low performance of this makes it a bit of a joke, but it exists. Hopefully the start of better things to come. More competition in the GPU space can only be good. Maybe one day we will be able to pay less than a used car for a good GPU.

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    Re: Intel brings discrete Xe GPUs to mainstream and business PCs

    See Igor's has reviewed one:
    https://www.igorslab.de/en/set-with-...nchmarks-leak/
    Strange that it has massive drivers problems as Intel shipping this in Tiger Lake already.
    Performance about GT1030 as expected although this was the 96 EUs version not the 80 EUs one.

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