One of the promises that Intel has made with its new Xe GPU family is that in its various forms it will cater to uses ranging from integrated graphics all the way up to the high performance compute models needed for super-dense supercomputers. This means support for the types of calculations involved in simple graphics, complex graphics, ray tracing, AI inference, AI training, and the compute that goes into molecular modelling, oil-and-gas, nuclear reactors, rockets, nuclear rockets, and all the other big questions where more compute offers more capabilities. Sitting near the top of Intel’s offerings is the Xe-HP architecture, designed to offer high performance GPUs for standard server and enterprise deployments.

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