Intel is proactively getting more viral on their pending desktop GPU, based on Xe-HPG architecture. The other day they published a teaser video on Twitter, and in it, you might see some binary numbers
, and that is a hidden message. Last week you’ve currently seen a photo of an engineering sample running 3DMark. This teaser itself is nothing unique really, while Intel’s Xe-HPG architecture is anticipated to introduce by the end of 2021, so I think we can anticipate virals for near a year. Intel has not shared details on its architecture but Xe-HPG DG2 is rumored to see 3 various GPUs: 128EU, 512eu, and 384eu. Increase the numbers and you’ll get a maximum of 4096 Shader processors. Which currently is the high-end however not lover domain.
Now that surprise message though.
see a series of 0 and 1’s. That’s binary, run it through a binary translator, and you’ll get 35160237208 for the first part, that’s an IP that translates to 220.127.116.11, and that leads to xehpg.intel.com.
The 2nd part is fixed as well and is 2 sets of collaborates, combined they cause the Niagra Falls with 43.0823 N (Solved collaborates), 79.0731 W (Solved collaborates), 00100011 (Solved ip address scavenger hunt website):
When you pack up that domain you’ll see a tease scavenger hunt, starting Match 26th.
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