While Nvidia just released its RTX 20 series of graphics cards, all but trouncing AMD’s latest and most powerful cards, it may have another challenger to consider before this series is through: Intel. The firm recently teased its launch of discrete graphics cards for 2020.This will mark the first time in more than 20 years that Nvidia will have competition other than AMD in the graphics card market. However, judging by where Intel’s best integrated graphics – graphics cores embedded into the CPU platform – are right now, the company has quite a bit of catching up to do, especially if it plans to expand upon its current GPU to power these.So, let’s put into perspective just how far Intel needs to come from its integrated graphics platform to meet or exceed what Nvidia’s best is capable of – on paper. For this theoretical (and highly speculative) experiment, assuming Intel builds upon its existing technology, we’re looking at three key performance metrics in the Intel UHD Graphics 630 graphics and how they compare to the flagship Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.That way, should Intel’s discrete graphics card launch beat Nvidia to the punch in updating its hardware come 2020, we’ll… Read full this story
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