Intel is set to unveil its first ever desktop graphics card featuring 16-nanometer (nm) FinFETS, a new manufacturing process that Intel says will improve the power efficiency of its next-generation graphics chips.
The first generation of its flagship Radeon Pro graphics cards will have a GPU with a 16- nm FinFIT process.
FinFets are the most efficient semiconductor materials for creating transistors, which are the chips on most chips today.
Intel says it will use a variant of FinFett, known as FinFet-T, to create its new Radeon Pro GPUs, which will be powered by the 14nm FinForce graphics technology.
Intel will begin shipping the new Radeon GPUs at its own retail partners later this year, with the first units launching in March or April.