Could it be that Intel is getting into the graphics card dance for gamers faster than expected? According to WCftech the plants seem to be well aligned for this. Let’s see how …
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At ISC High Performance 2021, Intel actually announced that its card DG2 was about to start because samples were being sent to its partners. This is the so-called “sampling” phase, which is a fundamental phase in the development of an Intel product.
A third fighter in the arena?
According to Wccftehc, well informed, this would mean the end of the so-called “prototyping” phase. So a final step before mass production. Logically, this would mean that the card could be officially announced to players in a few months’ time, and this, oddly enough, would coincide with … CES 2022, which will start on January 5th next year.
This would ultimately bring a breath of fresh air to the battle between AMD and Nvidia. However, with its DG2, Intel would not position itself entirely in the high end but rather in the middle class.