Next year, Intel promised to release DG2 videocards, a much more powerful GPU than previous DG1. And this graphics cards should really compete with discrete Nvidia and AMD solutions. There were a lot of rumors about it, but so far we do not know exactly its configuration. We have data on 128, 384 and 512 computing blocks.
At the same time, information about a notebook that will receive a Tiger Lake-H CPU and an Intel DG2 graphics kernel equipped with 8 GB of GDDR6 memory appeared on the Web. The size of the memory itself, as well as its type, hints that DG2 will be a fairly productive adapter, otherwise it would not need so much fast memory.
There is also probably an image of a discrete DG2 graphics card in the MXM version.
In the photo above you can see six memory chips, which hints at a 192-bit bus. The memory capacity is likely to be 6 GB. In this version, the GPU has 384 computing blocks, which is four times more than the DG1. The area of the GPU is about 189 mm2. Given the 10-nanometer process, it is difficult to compare such a GPU with others, but, for example, seminometer GPU Navi 14, the underlying Radeon RX 5500 XT, has an area of 158 mm2. We can assume that the DG2 may have roughly the same performance, but not the fact.