Intel is still working on developing the Xe GPU, and the same can be said for the upcoming Tiger Lake processors. More details have now emerged about the Xe DG1 graphics processor, reports TweakTown.
Recent reports suggest that the new Intel Xe DG1 GPU has been noted in the ECC listing, indicating that the DG1 will be able to use 96 EU (Execution Units) and up to 768 shaders. This means that the GPU would fall to the bottom of the graphics card, almost in line with the current integrated graphics up to the GeForce GT 1030.
Intel Tiger Lake is expected to reach 96 EU based on Gen12 X graphics (compared to 72 EU on Skylake, 48 EU on Broadwell and 40 EU on Haswell models. More information on Xe and DG1 is expected at the upcoming CES 2020 fair in Las Vegas.