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Sunday, 1 November 2020

Intel introduces the Iris Xe Max: a discrete GPU that merges with integrated GPUs


At this point, the Iris Xe Max is a familiar product. It is physically identical to the integrated graphics inside Intel's newest mobile processors. However, on discrete form it comes clocked at 1650 MHz (instead of 1350 MHz) and it has 4 GB of dedicated VRAM.

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