How Intel DG1 Discreet GPU Can Bring Revolution In Notebook Gaming
Double the Performance
CES 2020 was all about screens but a few important announcements like the “PS5 Logo” and Intel Tiger Lake’s micro-architecture were something of highly important. Gaming is almost worst on Notebooks, designed only for mails and watching movies Intel introduces DG1 Discreet GPU that will change our notion about playing games on notebooks.
Intel’s own DG1 GPU is just introduced during CES 2020 where a demo of Destiny 2 was played on an ultra-thin notebook and performance was fluid. This simply means Intel’s DG1 will be competent to a mid-range 4GB GDDR6 graphic card. This was most of the games will demand at-least, DG1 will be part of Intel’s Tiger Lake Micro-architecture.
At CES Intel revealed the new micro-architecture is capable enough to handle games like Destiny 2 which is a big leap in terms of notebook gaming. It is almost next to impossible to run games on ultra-thin models, but having a discrete GPU with a high-performance CPU power not only gaming but a next-gen application that uses AI can also perform a way lot better. Intel did not share enough details on DG1, it was just a short intro. Intel shared the tiny Tiger Lake CPU along with the smallest U-series motherboard for Tiger Lake.
What is Intel’s Tiger Lake 10nm++?
Intel Tiger Lake is a next-gen mobile platform, extremely portable and powerful. It’s Intel’s first product with Xe Graphics. It will empower mobile devices to perform way better then they are doing right now. Tiger Lake will have Xe Graphics, which will include the DG1 Descret GPU. It also features the latest Display and next-gen I/O Technology. Intel revealed the size of the processor along with a custom board that is almost near to the size of RAM. This will empower notebooks to perform way lot better in terms of resource-intensive tasks like photo/video editing, gaming and boost battery power.
Intel Tiger Lake will bring improvements and advance in media and AI capabilities along with gaming.