Intel is allegedly evaluating the possibility of launching a 960 Execution Unit chip based on Xe-HPG architecture"
"The DG2 series is currently planned to offer 128, 384, and 512 Execution Units. It is unclear if each of those configurations come with a separate die, but the 384 one is rumored to be around 185 to 188 mm2, a considerably small processor."
"The Xe-HPG GPU with 960 EUs would offer 7680 FP32 ALUs (cores)"
"Similarly to AMD RDNA2, the Intel Xe-HPG lineup would focus on GDDR6 memory technology, leaving GDDR6X exclusive to NVIDIA Ampere. The 384 EU die is rumored to offer a 192-bit bus and 6GB of GDDR6 memory."
"Intel Xe-HPG is currently planned for the second quarter of 2021"