Intel's graphics card

Intel's first 'dedicated' graphics card for desktop computers will be available soon. Earlier, the microprocessor maker offered to share graphics memory with processors and RAM. And this time specialized graphics card will be available. However, it will not be available to buy separately in the market, but will be with the 'built-in' computer.

Intel has named the graphics card 'Irish XE'. Made with several affiliates including Asus. Intel first made the announcement at last year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) fair. Acer, Asus and Dell laptop computers with Irish XE Max graphics cards came on the market last October. However, this is the first time on a desktop computer.


It is rumored that the desktop graphics card will have four gigabytes of memory. There will be three types of display output ports. But Intel's graphics card is mainly for 'ordinary' users. Not for those who want to decorate a gaming PC. However, it is also heard that they are making separate graphics cards for gaming PCs.

But this time Intel is not making a graphics card for the first desktop computer. But seeing the face of light first. According to a report in The Verge, the company shut down a project called Larabi 10 years ago. In addition, Intel announced the i840 series in 1997.

Meanwhile, popular graphics cards from companies like Nvidia and AMD are already in the market. It remains to be seen whether Intel will be able to survive in the competition. And it will take some time to know that.