Wednesday, December 9th 2020

Intel's Raja Koduri Teases Xe-HP Accelerator

Raja Koduri senior vice president, chief architect, and general manager of Architecture, Graphics, and Software at Intel Corporation has recently teased Intel's upcoming Xe-HP accelerator alongside its in production HC3 XG310 server card. The HC3 solution was Intel's first Xe-based product utilizing the Xe-LP architecture. The Intel Xe-LP products are Intel's lowest power efficiency optimized Xe processors while the Xe-HP products should offer improved performance and scaling. The upcoming Xe-HP accelerator appears to be a single-slot passively card with a single 8-pin power connector. Raja Koduri expects developers will begin receiving Xe-HP, Xe-HPG, and Xe-HPC products in 2021. He also declared that we are in the GPU golden age with new launches from NVIDIA, AMD, Intel, and Apple.
Source: @Rajaontheedge
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16 Comments on Intel's Raja Koduri Teases Xe-HP Accelerator

#1
thesmokingman
They really love their freaking titles at Intel.
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#2
dj-electric
thesmokingmanThey really love their freaking titles at Intel.
Raja Koduri senior vice president, chief architect, and general manager of Architecture, Graphics, and Software, Breaker of chains, King of the Polygons and the texture maps, Third of his name, at Intel Corporation
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#3
stimpy88
Raja Koduri, CEO of smoke, mirrors, and amazing products that never turn out amazing...
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#4
TheoneandonlyMrK
These remember our GPU is on the way PR releases are tedious, get it effin out.
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#5
_JP_
I've got nothing to say, because nothing's released, except for the weird typeface in which they used for "SeRVeR", or "SeRVeR. :wtf:
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#6
AnarchoPrimitiv
How many of you are like me and believe Raja will blow this one like vega?
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#7
Steevo
I'm impressed by the actual numbers on that graph, they really let me know Intel has something, not just pretty graphs a 8 year old would make to impress a teacher that doesn't have numbers.
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#8
z1n0x
Raja "Overhype & Underdeliver" Koduri.
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#9
DeeJay1001
Raja "It just doesn't work" Koduri
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#10
medi01
Oh, god, I'm so glad he's no longer at AMD.

Poor Intel.
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#11
somethinggeneric
He also declared that we are in the GPU golden age with new launches from NVIDIA, AMD, Intel, and Apple.
What? Intel isn't launching a GPU, they are potentially launching a datacenter accelerator thing, and Apple is making their own GPU that will be exclusive to Apple. Really this is just business as usual.
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#12
v12dock
Block Caption of Rainey Street
I picked up an Evo i7 1165G7 Xe laptop the other day. You can tell Xe is a product of Raja Koduri... good on paper at best. I would like something with a MX450 chip but I can't see to find any.
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#13
t00t
Amazing how this guy always fails upwards. He will probably be CEO of Nvidia next.
Hope this product series proves me wrong.
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#14
voltage
t00tAmazing how this guy always fails upwards. He will probably be CEO of Nvidia next.
Hope this product series proves me wrong.
Well said, done with class and restraint. unlike the many sophomoric posts on here, and other tech sites.
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#15
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
voltageWell said, done with class and restraint. unlike the many sophomoric posts on here, and other tech sites.
Your face is sophomoric.

Anyway, are any of the Xe cards aimed at desktops, i e gamers?
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#16
Hardware Geek
AnarchoPrimitivHow many of you are like me and believe Raja will blow this one like vega?
By the time they actually release it, they will be two to three generations behind AMD and NVIDIA.
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