Intel Graphics plans “Ask You Anything” community event

Intel Graphics plans

Intel Graphics plans “Ask You Anything” community event 

Intel’s graphics engineers are planning something big over on Reddit, a community event where they plan to take feedback from the PC building masses, uncovering what aspects of a dedicated graphics card are important to their customers. 

This event was announced by Chris Hook on Twitter and later confirmed by the official Intel Graphics account, both of which state that the AYA will take place on Wednesday, December 5th at 7 PM Pacific Time, which is 3 AM in the UK. 

Remember, this is NOT an AMA, so don’t expect your questions to be answered by Intel’s graphics gurus. It’s an “As You Anything” event after all, which means that Intel’s fans are expected to give feedback, setting the expectations for their planned dedicated graphics card lineup. 
  
Do you want to tell Intel to implement specific features within their graphics cards, perhaps to help guarantee that Intel will support a technology that is equivalent to AMD’s Low Framerate Compensation (LFC) technology on Adaptive-Sync displays, or to make sure that their future gaming hardware offers excellent support for older/legacy APIs like OpenGL? This is your time to tell Intel what you want from their dedicated graphics cards. 

Intel Graphics plans  

What would you like to see from Intel’s dedicated graphics cards? You can join the discussion on Intel’s Graphics “Ask You Anything” community event on the OC3D Forums.