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New Intel Battlemage GPUs spotted in SiSoftware Sandra database

by on26 March 2024

Featuring 20 and 24 Xe-Cores, and 12GB of VRAM

Intel is keeping the details of its upcoming Intel Battlemage GPUs under tight wraps, but now some of the information has been spotted in the SiSoftware Sandra database, including two Xe2 chips.

According to those entries picked up by, these new GPUs will feature 20 and 24 Xe-Cores, leaving them with 160 and 192 Execution Units (EUs). Both will also pack 12GB of VRAM memory, and recent leaks suggest that it will use next-gen memory subsystem (most likely GDDR7 memory), improved ray tracing, various micro-architecture improvements, and more. Those same rumors also suggested that Intel targets performance and enthusiast gaming market segments.

Intel's Fellow, Tom "TAP" Petersen, has recently noted that over 30 percent of the Intel GPU team is working on the Battlemage software.

Hopefully, we'll hear more information soon.





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