It looks like we will be getting a lot more information about Intel’s upcoming Xe graphics card architecture in March at this years Game Developers Conference. According to the official schedule, Intel will be having a presentation about its upcoming Xe graphics card architecture. According to the schedule this is what to expect…
“Intel’s brand new Xe Architecture, has been teased for a while, and is scheduled for release later this year! This update brings a significant compute, geometry and throughput improvements over todays widely used Gen9 and Gen11 graphics.
This talk will provide a detailed tour of the hardware architecture behind Intel’s upcoming GPUs – unveiling the structure behind its building blocks and their performance implications. Special consideration will be taken to explain how graphics engineers can best exploit the new Xe Architecture. We will then take an in-depth look at the powerful new features being introduced with this new architecture.”
The presentation will be given by Intel’s senior developer relations engineer, Antonie Cohade.