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Intel itself tested a non-standard Arc A380 graphics card and called it a good option for mainstream gaming

Intel itself tested a non-standard Arc A380 graphics card and called it a good option for mainstream gaming

Intel's lab found the GUNNIR Arc A380 Photon desktop graphics gas pedal in a non-standard version, arriving from China.
Information about its testing shared on his page on Twitter, one of the top managers of the company Ryan Shrout.Image source: Twitter / Ryan ShroutThe Arc Alchemist series desktop graphics card is currently available for purchase only in China.
Intel is still not saying when its discrete graphics solutions will start appearing outside of the Celestial Empire and does not even name their recommended price.At Shrout's disposal were two GUNNIR Arc A380 Photon 6G OC graphics cards at once.
Recall that at their core are graphics processors ACM-G11 with eight cores Xe and a working frequency of 2.45 GHz.
The gas pedal has 6 GB of memory GDDR6 with 96-bit bus support and 15.5 Gbit / s per contact.Arc A380 model is positioned as a solution for games in 1080p resolution at medium graphics settings.
As part of the test on it ran the game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds at a resolution of 2560 × 1080 pixels.
A representative of Intel concluded that the novelty is a good option for mainstream gaming.
Previously, independent tests have shown that the Arc A380 - this is an entry-level graphics card, with performance slightly lower than the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 and AMD Radeon RX 6400.In China, the gas pedal including local currency conversion offered for about 130-140 dollars.
Schrout noted the high build quality of the non-refresh version of the graphics card on his Twitter page.In addition to the Arc 380, Intel is going to release desktop graphics cards Arc A550, Arc A730 and Arc A770 this summer, but more precise information about the timing of availability has not yet been disclosed.

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