Intel began shipping its first Xe DG1 graphics cards to manufacturers earlier this year. Video cards have 4GB of LPDDR4X video memory and 80 executable units. Although these first models do not offer high performance and compete only with budget solutions such as the Nvidia MX350, they are an indication that Intel can produce a solid GPU.
Recently, information about the potential performance of Intel's next DG2 graphics card appeared, and it was published by Raja Koduri - the chief GPU architect at Intel. He posted a photo with the team working on the 2012 Intel Iris Pro 5200 iGPU model, noting that the new GPU is now over 20 times faster.
See also: First photos of Intel Xe DG1 SDV
The Intel Iris Pro 5200 scored 1,015 points in Video card Benchmark tests and about 1,400 points in 3DMark Fire Strike. Assuming that the upcoming Xe HPG models will have 20x higher values, this may indicate the good potential of the GPU, which would be on a par with the Nvidia RTX 3070 and AMD RX 6800 video cards.