Intel will most likely release its first discrete graphics card in 2020

As we’ve already stated, Intel will be developing a discrete GPU for consumers and gamers that will rival AMD’s and NVIDIA’s offerings. And today, we have a release window for the first discrete graphics card from the blue team. According to a new teaser trailer, Intel may release its first GPU in 2020.

Naturally, Intel did not reveal any additional details. From what we know so far, Intel has hired both┬áRaja Koduri and Chris Hook who previously worked at AMD. As such, we expect some truly amazing things from Intel’s first GPU (and we really hope it won’t be another Larrabee).

Kudos to our reader Metal Messiah for bringing this to our attention!

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