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Intel shows the Arc Alchemist desktop graphics card live for the first time

Intel shows the Arc Alchemist desktop graphics card live for the first time

At the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) 2022 eSports event in Dallas, US, Intel has brought a desktop discrete graphics gas pedal from its Arc Alchemist series.
The novelty was photographed by a Twitter user.Image source: Twitter / @theBryceIsRTIntel does not specify exactly what model of video card.
However, it is very similar to the one that was shown in the company's promotional video in March.
At that time, Intel also noted that the gas pedal refers to a certain limited series (Limited Edition) and will be released in the summer.
Now the manufacturer demonstrates the expected novelty live.
In the pictures you can see that the graphics card is equipped with two cooling fans.
VideoCardz portal suggests that the photo is a model based on the Intel ACM-G10 processor with 32 cores Xe.
Consequently, it could be either the Arc A770 or the flagship Arc A780.
It is very likely that the card is also equipped with 16 GB of GDDR6 memory.
In addition, it can be noted the presence of 8-pin and 6-pin connectors for additional power.
Earlier rumors claimed that the Intel Arc Alchemist flagship desktop model would be able to compete with such solutions as the Radeon RX 6700 and GeForce RTX 3070.
Unfortunately, the company does not yet specify when it is going to release the Arc desktop graphics.
Now the manufacturer is focused on the release of mobile versions of gas pedals of this series.

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