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Intel has once again denied rumors that it intends to exit the gaming graphics market: Arc A770 is coming soon

Intel has once again denied rumors that it intends to exit the gaming graphics market: Arc A770 is coming soon

Intel's graphics division chief Raja Koduri has commented on the Arc A770 graphics gas pedal for desktops.Image source: Raja KoduriMr Koduri said that Intel has faced a significant amount of challenges while developing the Arc A770 gas pedal.
More problems had to be solved than expected.
However, the major hurdles are behind us now and the Arc A770 is currently being tested in the Intel lab before its forthcoming launch in the commercial market.
It will debut shortly, Koduri confirmed on Twitter.The Arc A770 gas pedal will reportedly fall between the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 and GeForce RTX 3060 Ti in terms of performance.
There will be a configuration with 8 and 16 GB of GDDR6 memory with a 256-bit bus.
It is said to use 32 Xe cores and 512 XMX engines.
The graphics processor frequency is 2.1 GHz.
The memory will provide up to 560 GB/s of bandwidth.
Power consumption - 225 W.In addition, the head of graphics has commented on the rumors about Intel's intention to curtail the development of graphics: \"We are in a complete misunderstanding about such rumors.
They don't help our team, working to bring graphics cards to market, they don't help the graphics community.
I wonder who needs them at all? \"To refute such rumors Koduri had to after the release of a video of one of the technobloggers, who claimed that the leadership of Intel has lost faith in the possibility of bringing to market a competitive graphics product in the foreseeable future.However, observers point out that Intel may still face certain difficulties in promoting new graphics cards, because the market is saturated with used solutions from miners.
In addition, they will be competed by NVIDIA RTX 30 and AMD RX 6000 series.
On the other hand, in the middle segment, there are no announcements of new products from either NVIDIA or AMD.

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