As you may know, Intel is about to launch its first series of graphics cards worthy of the name, this series that does not initially have the big goal of being the queen of performance! But yes, to offer a good alternative at an interesting price.
We can even say that here we have a iteration of AMD’s RDNA strategy. With the RDNA 1 (RX 5000) architecture, it presented an attractively priced product range! Later, however, we already had an AMD with the RDNA 2 architecture, which could compete with its major competitor NVIDIA in the highest range.
What does that mean? Well, we will have the start of Intel’s adventure in early 2022. And in mid-2023 we will have another version with more mature products and apparently much more powerful.
Intel’s first really “good” graphics cards won’t arrive until 2023
According to a recent “leak” of information, Intel already has a well-thought-out plan for its graphics future with the new DG3 generation of Battlemage graphics cards, this time with the code name “elastic‘to be perfectly able to compete with what NVIDIA and AMD have to offer.
Of course, we’re not even talking about the current RTX 30 and RX 6000 card series, Intel will be able to compete in the upper range with the new generations of NVIDIA and AMD, i.e. the new RTX 40 ‘Ada Lovelace’ and RX 7000 ‘RDNA 3’.
While this is not happening, however, Intel will spend 2022 with graphics cards that can match the performance levels of the RTX 3070 Ti and RX 6800. Which in itself is great news when the blue giant of microprocessors happens to be able to bring a good inventory of product to market.
Besides, what do you think of all of this? Enthusiastic about Intel’s graphics performance? Please let us know what you think in the comments below.