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The Intel driver has revealed the full list of upcoming ARC Alchemist graphics cards

The Intel driver has revealed the full list of upcoming ARC Alchemist graphics cards

advertisementThe graphics card market has for many years featured only two key players, NVIDIA and AMD, whose competition is driving progress in the graphics card market forward.
Intel also has its own graphics solutions in the form of integrated GPUs, but this category of products offers incomparably lower performance and can hardly be considered as gaming products.
Since the beginning of the use of graphics cards in mining their cost has increased steadily, and many users are hoping to enter the market a third major player, able to change the balance of power by making gaming cards more accessible.
Such solutions, according to some, should be a line of graphics cards from Intel company Alchemist.
Unfortunately, today intel not only did not announce a complete list of gas pedals Alchemist, but also postponed their release to the end of summer 2022, citing the presence of difficulties with the readiness of software products and supply of components due to the pandemic.At least, there is a reliable \"leak\" online, revealing a list of products Alchemist preparing for release.
The website Wccftech reported that the latest Intel driver with the number 30.0.101.1732 contains the names of all graphics processors Alchemist.The flagship product line will be Arc A770 on the chip Arc ACM-G10 with 32 blocks Xe (4096 cores).
Arc A750 and Arc A580 will be responsible for middle segment, having 24 (3072 ALUs) and 16 Xe cores (2048 ALUs) respectively.
The Arc A750 will feature 8GB of memory and a 256-bit bus.
However, since this solution will have to compete with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, the memory scheme may be revised to a 12GB and 192-bit bus variant.
From the Arc A580 we should hardly expect more than 8 GB (256-bit).In the budget segment Intel will offer the Arc A380, A350 and A310 models.
They are expected to have 6 GB and 4 GB of GDDR6 video memory with 96-64 bit buses.
They will compete with NVIDIA RTX 3050 and AMD Navi 24.Complementing the families will be adapters in the Pro variant: Arc A50 and Arc A40.
The first may use the ACM-G10 chip, and the second ACM-G11.Only the Intel Arc A780 remains unconfirmed.
There is speculation that it may be a \"Limited Edition\" model.This material was written by a site visitor, and it was rewarded.

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