Pictures and information has been leaked of the Intel Xe-HP Powered Arctic Sound 1T & 2T Graphics Cards by Igor’s Lab. According to sources, the graphic cards are built on the basis of Intel Xe graphics architecture and are to be used in data centers and workstations.
Intel’s High-Performance Xe-HP GPU Powered Arctic Sound 1T & 2T Graphics Cards are reportedly up to 32 GB HBM2E Memory & 7680 Cores in capacity.
The Intel’s XE series have many parts ; The XE-LP architecture provides power the DG1 GPUs and the XE-HPC powers the Ponte Vecchio’s GPU.
To begin with the 1st graphic card out 2, the 1T variant consists of a single tile along with a single slot and full length form factor. According to sources the Intel Arctic Sound Xe-HP 1T GPU consists a total 384 Execution Units out of 512.
The second variant, also the more powerful model the Intel Xe-HP 2T GPU has two tiles as the name suggest and has 32 GB of HBM2E VRAM along with 480 EUs for a total of 960 EUs or 7680 cores in each tile, though the 2 tiles are not completely operational. Therefore each tile provides 16GB of VRAM. The card consists of dual slots full length form factor.
Here’s a statistical comparison of the two variants:
The Intel Xe-HP recently has been one of the most teased products by the Intel for a while. Until now , we had not ever heard of anything on architecture, built or specification of the products, but Igor’s Lab have leaked pictures and information regarding the product for the first time.