Intel looks set to leap into the GPU sector, with its upcoming Intel Xe graphics architecture going up against Nvidia and AMD.
With a revolutionary scalable design, the Intel Xe architecture will reportedly work across desktop PCs, laptops and even supercomputers. This would remove the need to create entirely separate graphics architecture for integrated and discrete GPUs.
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