Intel revealed its first-ever discrete graphics card at CES 2020, which the company titled the 'DG1.' Currently, Intel has not announced any plans of offering its discrete graphics card to consumers, however, creating the graphics card allows the company to develop the technology for potential future products like the 'XeGPU' line.
Intel is now sending the graphics card to various software developers, who will work towards optimizing the device. Overall Intel's venture into discrete graphics cards takes the company into a new direction. The technology could help the company improve the efficiency, as well as the performance, of its graphics cards.
Often times high performing graphics cards are used for PC gaming, which means Intel could be attempting to entice gaming-focused consumers.
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