Intel's debut Iris Xe graphics cards are headed to prebuilt PCs (but not for gaming)
PCWorld|March 2021
Intel will sell a discrete desktop GPU aimed at mainstream users and small businesses.
GORDON MAH UNG

Either the GPU shortage really is that bad (go.pcworld.com/rlbd), or maybe Intel’s DG1 is really that good, because the company announced Tuesday morning that its first-generation Iris Xe desktop graphics cards are shipping to partners.

The company said its Iris Xe, previously code-named DG1 (go.pcworld.com/cdg1), will be sold to system integrators—basically PC companies smaller than OEMs such as Dell and HP—who will use the graphics cards in PCs aimed at mainstream users as well as small- and medium-sized businesses.

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