Back on topic, Intel's been in touch to deny that what it is showing off at ISSCC is in any way what it's planning to launch as its first discrete graphics product. Per the update I've just published: Intel has issued a statement denying that the hardware on show at ISSCC represents a glimpse at its promised discrete graphics products. 'Last week at ISSCC, Intel Labs presented a research paper exploring new circuit techniques optimised for power management,' an Intel spokesperson has clarified. 'The team used an existing Intel integrated GPU architecture (Gen 9 GPU) as a proof of concept for these circuit techniques. This is a test vehicle only, not a future product. While we intend to compete in graphics products in the future, this research paper is unrelated. Our goal with this research is to explore possible, future circuit techniques that may improve the power and performance of Intel products.'