Posted September 12, 2018 12:12:00The last time Intel and Nvidia were on a collision course, Intel released the x86 version of the GeForce GPU, which was the fastest GPU in its class.
This time around, Intel has released a 64-level version of its GPU that is a little more power efficient.
Intel’s GeForce GTX-6500 graphics card was released back in 2016, but Nvidia has already been using the 64-channel GPU to power its next generation of GeForce graphics cards.
The 64-lane version of this GPU is the same one that Nvidia’s Maxwell graphics card is based on.
The Maxwell 64-core GPU will be able to achieve similar performance as the Maxwell GPU from 2020 onwards.
Intel has been making a point of releasing 64- and 64-chip graphics cards since they were first announced.
Intel’s graphics chipsets used to be released with a 64 or 64-socket configuration, and now the company has released its own 64-cores version of it.
The Intel Xeon Phi chip, which is based around a 32-core chip, can be equipped with 64- or 64×4-core graphics cards that can be paired with other Intel graphics chips to give you more than 32 cores and four threads.
The chip will cost between $1,000 and $1-2,000, depending on where you buy it, but it will only have four threads, which makes it a great choice for applications like CAD software.
The chip will also have four DDR3 memory slots.
Intel also released a 32×8-core version of a graphics chip called the Atom C2700, which offers an increase in performance compared to the Xeon Phi, but Intel has only been able to increase the performance of the Atom chip by 10 percent, which means you will have to wait for the Atom to see some improvements before you can buy the Atom 64-chips.
The Atom 64 will also be priced around $1k.