Intel’s first discrete GPU could be here sooner than you think. According to DIGITIMES, industry sources have already placed their bets on 10 nm Xe-based discrete graphic cards launching in 2020. These will be trailed by 7 nm GPUs in 2021, packaged using Foveros 3D technology.

Instead of purely targeting the gaming market, Intel is set to combine the new GPUs with its CPUs to create a competitive platform in a bid to pursuit business opportunities from datacenter, AI and machine learning applications and such a move is expected to directly affect Nvidia, which has been pushing its AI GPU platform in the datacenter market, the sources noted.

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