Intel GPU Head: Our Core Audience Wants One Power Connector

This year, Intel made a noteworthy entry into the low-to-mid range discrete GPU market with its A750 and A770 cards, but don’t expect the company to start challenging the RTX 4090 or Radeon RX 7900, both of which require a lot of wattage, any time soon. According to Intel Graphics Head Raja Koduri, the company is squarely focused on squeezing as much performance as it can out of a 200 to 225W power limit — often with a single power connector — and hopefully enough to compete with the best graphics cards


“My priority at this point is getting that core audience, with one power connector,” Intel Graphics Head Raja Koduri said in an interview with Gadgets360, an Indian tech site. “And that can get you up to 200W – 225W. If you nail that, and something a little above and a little below, all that falls into the sweet spot.” 

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