Home > News > Intel discrete graphics DG1 debuts at CES

Intel discrete graphics DG1 debuts at CES

After nearly two years of preparation, Intel finally demonstrated the upcoming Xe GPU platform at CES 2020. Although Intel did not release details about its first discrete graphics card, DG1, the most popular game running on the computer equipped with the platform: Destiny 2.

Intel plans to integrate the platform for the first time in a Tiger Lake processor released later this year. Intel showed a laptop with a Tiger Lake processor. Intel did not elaborate on how integrated graphics handle modern 3D games, but it said it could play "high-quality" games without any problems. In addition, Intel also showed that the GPU can upgrade old, low-resolution images through AI-accelerated processors.

Intel also showed the foldable tablet "Horseshoe Bend" at this conference, which uses Tiger Lake processor and integrated Xe GPU.