Intel interview covers Arc GPU fab choice, XeSS backwards compatibility, and more

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According to Wccftech's translation, Intel said it chose TSMC's six-nanometer processor node for the Arc Alchemist GPUs over its own node -- probably Intel 7, due to...
In context: Japanese website ASCII.jp posted an interview with Intel today, covering various topics about its upcoming graphics hardware. This includes some new details about the company's Arc Alchemist graphics cards, like why it chose TSMC's foundry over its own. They also shed some new light on the compatibility range for Intel's new upscaling tech as well as Intel's relationship with GPU partners.

manufacturing capacity. Intel also took operating frequency and cost into consideration.

Earlier this summer, Intel revealed its roadmap for upcoming node processes as part of its intention to compete with TMSC and Samsung's nodes, with Intel 7 as its latest process. Using its own process for…
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