up to now,IntelNo announcements have been made for any workstation GPU derivatives, let alone whether A4 GPUs will be introduced to the gaming graphics lineup.
Even so, the company claims the A40M GPU can compete with Nvidia’s entry-level GeForce RTX A1000.
VideoCardzIt is speculated that the desktop A40 Pro workstation graphics card will use the ACM-G11 GPU, targeting the entry-level and mainstream PC markets. Its core size is 156 m², much smaller than the 200 m² TU117 competitor.
Despite the size and location of the GA107 chip, we estimate it should be between 160-180 mm², and the ACM-G11 GPU is larger than the 107 mm²AMDThe Navi 24 GPU is slightly larger.
Intel is expected to further subdivide into two SKUs – one with 96-bit @ 6GB of VRAM and the other with 64-bit @ 4GB of GDDR6 VRAM.
Lite models may have 96 EU / 768 cores, 2.2-2.5 GHz, or less than 75W of power consumption – meaning no external 6-pin power supply is required.
Finally, although Intel is scheduled to launch its Arctic Sound product line for workstations in the third quarter of this year, we don’t rule out the possibility of the company bouncing at the last minute (after all, it has put pigeons many times).
The A350M mobile graphics card at the end of the first quarter of this year and the A380 desktop graphics card launched this week are all lessons learned. If the A40 Pro is also unfortunate, we speculate that the card may not be officially released until late September.