- Jul 24, 2008
Could be wrong but I imagine that it is a subproject of the Intel Xe mostly made/for the datacenter world a la Ponte Vecchio, the laptop/desktop GPU world high margin when it work being hard to just fully past on once you made a GPU for something else and I could be wrong but Intel can feel lot of uncertainty in the future if they are not able to sell fully integrated platform that include gpu/gpu like compute like the Apple/Amd/Nvidia will do and could be ready to eat a lot of time and money in thiis, I think the roadmap goes with a version 4 planned for 2024.Woof, much less exciting than the Ryzen 1000 series launch. Maybe next time, I wonder how many generations they'll be willing to make... I have a hard time believing this is making them any money.
Model will work very much like the Core i3-i5-i7 naming convention, the 380 is the same generation as the 7xx, like the 12600k is the same generation as a 12900kHow do the model numbers work on Intel cards? With AMD and Nvidia it seems to be
generation/speed/refresh version. But Intel's model numbers don't seem to line up with this logic.
I guess the 380 is their 3rd gen of CPU, but then the next one jumps straight to 7XX?