Intel® Server GPU

The Intel® Server GPU enables high-density, low-latency Android cloud gaming and high-density media transcode/encode for real-time over the top (OTT) video streaming. With a low cost per stream, the Intel® Server GPU helps bring Android gaming and media streaming to more users with less infrastructure for a lower TCO.1

Product brief: Intel® Server GPU ›

Solution brief: Intel® Server GPUs for Cloud Gaming and Media Delivery ›

Partner Solutions

The H3C XG310 graphics card is a single-slot, full-height, three-quarter-length PCIe Gen3 x16 form factor. This discrete server graphics card is powered by four Intel® Server GPUs. It includes 32 GB of low-power DDR4 memory at a TDP of 150W and is passively cooled, allowing airflow in both directions for flexible server chassis design.


Based on Intel Xe Architecture

The Intel® Server GPU is the first discrete graphics processing unit for data centers based on the new Intel Xe architecture, which is designed to scale exponentially.


High-Density Streaming

Supports an estimated 20 Android games per Intel® Server GPU. The H3C XG310 PCIe card that integrates four Intel Server GPUs can support greater than 100 simultaneous users in a typical 2 card system and up to 160 simultaneous users.2 See the performance page for more information.

Standard Industry Frameworks

The Intel® Server GPU supports accelerated AVC, HEVC, MPEG2, VP9 encode/decode, and AV1 decode.

High Performance Per Watt

This server GPU is based on a 23W discrete system-on-chip (SoC) design with a 128-bit wide pipeline and 8 GB of dedicated low-power DDR4 memory.

Open Software Stack

Open-source software includes drivers, APIs, and developer tools such as the Intel® Media SDK, an FFmpeg plugin, and the Mesa 3D Graphics Library.

Optimized Android Cloud Gaming Software

Intel licenses software to support high-server game-stream density, game performance, and breadth of gaming title accessibility.

"Intel is an important collaborator on our Android Cloud Gaming solution. Intel Xeon Scalable Processors and Intel Server GPUs offer a high-density, low-latency, low-power, low TCO solution. We are able to generate over 100 game instances per 2 card server for our most popular games, King of Glory and Arena of Valor.”

Allen Fang, vice general manager of Tencent XianYou Cloud Gaming Platform

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"As a leading cloud gaming solution provider and a key strategic partner of Intel, Ubitus is excited what the Intel Server GPU can bring to gamers. The solution can achieve a performance of up to 120 Android cloud gaming streams on a server based on Intel Xeon Scalable processors with 2 GPU cards. This is up to two times performance gain compared to Ubitus’s previous solutions. This will enable higher density and lower TCO solution for our Android cloud gaming customers, strengthen our market leading position and continue making inroads with key telecommunications companies around the world."

Wesley Kuo, CEO

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More Resources

Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors

Support visual-cloud workloads and other demanding applications with a next-generation platform.

Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors

Visual Cloud

Explore visual computing workloads such as media processing, media analytics, immersive media, cloud graphics, and cloud gaming.

Visual cloud solutions

What Is a GPU?

The graphics processing unit (GPU) is best known for its use in graphics and video rendering. Learn more about GPUs.

What is a GPU?

Notices and Disclaimers3 4 5

Product and Performance Information


TCO analysis is based on internal Intel research. Pricing as of 10/01/2020. Analysis assumes standard server pricing, GPU list pricing, and software pricing based on estimated Nvidia software license costs of $1 per year for 5 years.


Performance may vary based on the specific game title and server configuration. To reference the full list of Intel Server GPU platform measurements, please refer to this link on​.


Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at


Performance results are based on testing as of dates shown in configurations and may not reflect all publicly available updates. See backup for configuration details. No product or component can be absolutely secure.


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