Intel’s DG2 appears to refer to several HPG (High-Performance Graphics) products within the same family, and rumors mention a total of six different graphics products based on the company’s latest GPU architecture.
It has been confirmed that Intel DG2 graphics processors will not be manufactured using the company’s 10nm SuperFin technology, and development and production will be directed towards TSMC in the 6nm process.
DG2 is currently planned in configurations with three different chipsets. The first is the DG2 512EU, with the highest performance, 4090 shaders of 8GB / 16GB of GDDR6 memory, and a 192-bit bus. The second chip is the DG12 384EU, which is expected with 3072 shaders and 6/12 GB of GDDR6 memory (192-bit bus), as well as 2048 shaders with 4/8 GB of memory with a 128-bit bus; there is also a configuration with 1536 shaders, a maximum of 4GB of GDDR6 video memory and a 128-bit bus. Finally, the DG2 128EU chip is expected in 128EU and 96EU configurations (1024 and 768 shading units) along with 4GB of VRAM and a 64-bit memory bus.
It remains to be seen whether these leaked details will materialize in specific Intel products and whether they are the best solutions currently available.