HotHardware attempted to grill Intel’s Ari Rauch (Vice President of the Core and Visual Computing Group and General Manager of the Visual Technologies Team) for new information regarding its new discrete GPU, which is “on track” for 2020. While it’s too early for the company to show its cards, Rauch did respond to a variety of reader questions that provide insight on potential features such as multi-GPU support and what markets will be initially targeted. Intel’s focus will be on industry standard APIs, but differentiating features are in the works as well that will likely require some proprietary framework. What those features are, we are not sure yet. Based on the teaser video and Intel’s interest in the community’s take on axial vs. blower-style fans, for example, it’s also safe to assume that desktop add-in cards are planned. The talk of enabling new, and interesting form factors, however, also hints toward hybrid solutions similar to Kaby Lake G. Eventually, both solutions are most likely to appear.