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Intel now sells desktop graphics cards, but don’t get your hopes up

Intel seriously doubled down on graphics performance with the launch of its Iris Xe graphics on laptops last year, all while implying it would bring similar gains to the more crowded desktop market as well. Today we are seeing the first inkling of this with the launch of Intel’s first dedicated, plug-it-in-a-slot desktop GPU in decades. The card is simply dubbed the DG1 (I’m going to hazard a guess that’s “desktop graphics 1”), and is being co-designed with ASUS and another unnamed partner. That said, don’t expect it to compete with any of Nvidia or AMD’s most popular cards. In Intel’s own…

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