When Intel launches its very first gaming graphics cards next year, it’ll need to do something special to take on Nvidia’s Ampere and AMD’s RDNA 2 next-gen GPUs – and a new rumor suggests that the company will do so by enlisting the help of TSMC to build its Intel Xe-HPG GPU using the 6nm process node.

We’re getting a clearer picture of Intel’s GPU plans, and while the Intel Xe-LP and Intel Xe-HP GPUs look like they will be fabricated on Intel’s 10nm SuperFin node, with the Xe-HPG, Intel seems to be getting some outside help to get it on a much smaller 6nm process node.

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