Intel DG2 GPUs are a direct competitor to the RTX 3070 and RX 6700 XT says slide

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Kaarme Ancient Guru

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    I wonder about that price range. Will Intel sell reference models directly to consumers in the USA like Nvidia and AMD? Those prices would exist there, but otherwise I expect AIB partners and shops to raise even Intel video card prices significantly, especially if they mine well, despite nobody knowing what sort of user experience the cards and drivers are going to grant.
     
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    For a first gpu release competing with likes of 3070 and 6700xt sounds impressive. Just price it right Intel.
     
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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    That is the level of performance I was hoping for. If $300 is what it costs (and I can actually get it for that price) then I'm sold.
     

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    Thats far too optimistic but yeah they really need to undercut nvidia and amd if they want to sell their gpus as a newcomer.
     
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    If it helps to bring prices down, so come Intel GPUs. I doubt it. Intel's dream is to adopt Apple's business model.
     
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    If those prices are what people actually find them at, which seems unlikely, it might be interesting. Not sure I'm interested enough to try a first run product line with potentially immature drivers, even if it is 3070 level. That (3070 level) would be a pretty solid start for Intel though, so it would be great if that part, at least, holds up.

    On a side note, hopefully it really sucks at mining. (also unlikely, but let me dream)
     
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    Any leaks about hashrates on these badboys ? o_O
     
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    I'm happy to see Intel is entering the mining market.
     

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