As we all know, the chip giant Intel is building a game graphics card, and it is expected to come out in the first quarter of 2022.However, recently, MLID, the master of Youtube Technology UP, has preemptively shared the first spy photos of ARC Alchemist alone.It can be seen that it uses a dual-slot, dual-fan design, supplemented by an 8+6 pin power supply interface.
(Picture from: MLID | YouTube)
AsIntelIts new GPU brand, ARC (Rui Xuan) aims to compete with Nvidia’s GeForce andAMDRadeon launches direct market competition.
Intel ARC REAL Pictures – MLID（via)
Prior to this, the company has already tested the independent display through DG1, but it is based on the low-power Xe LP graphics architecture, and consumers cannot directly buy it (and only supports Intel’s own specific platforms).
However, the upcoming new ARC Alchemist graphics card is part of Intel’s Xe HPG high-performance gaming GPU roadmap.
It is said to have up to 512 execution units (EU), supplemented by 16GB GDDR6 video memory, and the performance is equivalent to NVIDIA RTX 3070.
Leaked news said that Intel may also have several derivative versions of DG2 series GPUs under development, including entry models with 448, 384, 256, and even as low as 128EU.