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Power consumption of GPU Intel Ponte Vecchio reaches 500-600 W



Intel’s first true gaming graphics cards. The company revealed the characteristics of the DG2 adapters

The specialized Intel Xe-HPC Ponte Vecchio processor, which the company itself refers to as GPUs, is known to have more than 100 billion transistors.

Of course, such a product cannot consume little power, but now we know exactly how much this GPU needs. According to the documentation on Intel’s website, the Ponte Vecchio dedicated liquid cooling system is designed to dissipate 600W of power.

The performance of the cooler should be with a margin, but in any case, the real energy consumption will be very high. Probably in the range of 500-550 watts. On the other hand, the current top-end video cards from Nvidia and AMD, after a good overclocking, can consume 350-400 watts under load.

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