When it comes to the dual graphics gameplay, most people should think of the "crossfire" between Nvidia's SLI and AMD. The "three-graphics" notebooks that many people started at the time also suffered from some software's wrong recognition of AMD's crossfire.
With product updates, especially the optimization of Doka by mainstream games, it is really touching. At present, the two companies have gradually given up support for Doka. However, according to recent exposures, Intel, which has re-entered the independent display market, seems to have plans to re-enter the mainstream vision of dual graphics cards.
Two new Intel Xe graphics cards have recently appeared in the SiSoftware database. One of them has 128 EUs and 1024 stream processors, which is the highest specification of the Xe architecture so far. The frequency of this product has reached 1.4GHz, with 3GB of video memory.
Another "product" has 192 EU, 1536 stream processors, but it is detected as dual cards. It seems that it may be composed of two 96 EU graphics cards, and the video memory has also doubled to 3GB.
In addition, the frequency of this group of products is 1.25GHz, which looks a bit low. So considering that when dual cards work together, the frequency is the lower one, so it can be guessed that it is a combination of core display + independent display.