[IGN] Here's Our First Real Look at an Intel Graphics Card
Intel surprised us at CES 2020 by demoing its first discrete graphics card technology in a gaming laptop that was able to run Destiny 2 extremely well. And now in another unexpected surprise, Intel announced its plans to release its first dGPU in a desktop graphics card form factor as well.
Enter the Intel DG1, a seemingly small discrete graphics card with a blower style fan and a strip of RGB lighting. Unfortunately, Intel hasn't provided details on how many stream processors, compute units, or any measure of specs that would inform us of how powerful this card will be.
I know, it was just a rgb joke. We all know only the highest quality components have it right?
saw this thing once about a dude planning an anti-rgb build, but it ended up being a huge "problem" as people took it as anti-rainbow, instead of the inverse of RGB (whatever the hell that would've been)
Single slot would be nice. AMD killed it with their single slot line back with 5 & 6 series. didn't keep track after that.
R.I.P. Zawarudo, may you OC angels' wings in heaven.
If something appears too good to be true, it probably is.
Best R0ach Quote of all time : TLDR: Haswell might be the last legit gaming platform unless mice get their own non-USB interface on some newer architecture.
medium-high end single slot GPU's are unrealistic. Any GPU in that range would be overly hampered by the lack of cooling. Not many people would want a card that was gimped like that. Pretty much all consumer GPUs can run faster than they do at stock with better cooling, so cooling is already the limiting factor in a lot of ways.