Intel has confirmed that the Xe2 GPU architecture will be available in two different versions, LPG and HPG

Intel has confirmed that the Xe2 GPU architecture will be available in two different versions, LPG and HPG

In the published news, Intel recently confirmed that Intel’s Xe2 GPU architecture is slated to come with LPG and HPG support. The company’s decision to separate the different versions of this architecture comes when Intel realized the need to distinguish between these two IPs for better optimization. It also gives Intel more differentiation to offer similar products across different ranges of devices.

Intel has already made data center HPCs, low-power LPs and gaming HPGs available under the Xe architecture name. In this regard, it has been said that Intel’s Xe2 graphics architecture with Battlemage code is going to be available in two types, LPG and HPG, and their use in separate and integrated graphics processors will lead to better optimization.

In this regard, Intel’s Tom Petersen has confirmed that in addition to the Xe and Xe 2 architectures, there are LPG and HPG versions in the subset of these architectures with minor changes. Petersin further added that the main idea behind this plan was for Intel to optimize each part and make individual chips. As revealed by the leak, Intel’s Meteor Lake processors are the first CPUs to use the high-performance Redwood Cove and low-power Crestmont cores, as well as the Xe-LPG GPU architecture.

Intel Xe2 architecture supports HPG

This will be a big change from the current Iris Xe integrated graphics implementation plan. Intel’s Xe2 architecture with LPG support is likely to come with Meteor Lake’s successor, Lunar Lake, and such a graphics architecture with the XMX engine makes nearly 128 execution units available, which seems suitable for casual gaming.

Intel’s attempt to switch its gaming architecture to Xe comes as AMD is introducing integrated RDNA3 for its Ryzen 7000 Phoenix APUs. AMD’s new platform is intended to be used for thin and light laptops as well as handheld game consoles, and these products have experienced considerable popularity over the past two years.

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  • Intel’s Lunar Lake processors, based on a completely new architecture

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