Now that Intel’s new discrete graphics for laptops will be released on March 30, Igor’s Lab has discovered an odd entry in the Intel Arc database that includes a GPU named DG2MB.
It’s unclear what this new reference refers to. It appears to be aboard, with a specialized Intel Arc graphics card and an Intel processor, which we presume will be for laptops.
This item categorizes this DG2MB as a graphics-related product. However, a speed of 4,000 MHz occurs, which is unheard of for a laptop graphics card. In this instance, we can presume that the rate is incorrect or correlates to the CPU speed.
In addition, there is very high consumption for a laptop graphics card. TDP is stated to be 200 W. Although everything leads to a combined CPU and GPU utilization, it could be an error. As a result, this new entry could be a good fit for light laptops with specialized Intel Arc graphics and Intel processors.