Intel could give us the lowdown on Xe Graphics in August

Intel has mentioned it will share far more information on incoming Xe Graphics by using the formal Intel Graphics account on Twitter, allowing us know this in a now deleted tweet.

Intel tweeted: “You’ve waited. You’ve questioned. We’ll deliver. In twenty days, be expecting far more information on Xe Graphics.”

As talked about, the tweet has since been eliminated, but there’s a great prospect that we will still listen to some details fall on Intel’s incoming graphics tech, we reckon, offered how company and certain the message seemed to be.

The tweet emerged the day right before yesterday, as Tom’s Hardware studies, so that implies theoretically, the day to mark on your calendar is August thirteen.

The dilemma is, assuming the celebration or presentation goes in advance, will Intel be supplying far more information on built-in Xe Graphics, or on the total-blown discrete Xe GPU which is also inbound?

Naturally, we really do not know, but we can but hope for far more information on the latter, taking into consideration that we’ve already had some bits and pieces fall about built-in Xe Graphics. Recently, an Intel exec shared a video clip clip of Battlefield V running relatively well on a thin-and-gentle Tiger Lake notebook at higher information.

A little something huge this way will come

We have already read that Intel has an celebration prepared for September 2 which will be “something big” to quotation the company, and the expectation is that Intel will be demonstrating off its Tiger Lake processor line-up with built-in Xe Graphics as talked about.

That is yet another purpose, maybe, why we may possibly listen to one thing about the discrete GPU on August thirteen, if a main celebration is coming on Tiger Lake and Xe built-in graphics shortly just after (theoretically, anyway – until that September expose turns out to be one thing else, like an preliminary teaser for Rocket Lake CPUs, while that would seem unlikely).