Intel’s long-running Arc Alchemist line of graphics processors has an unveiling date, which laptops said will be served first.
Intel is holding “A New Phase of the Game” on March 30th at 5 p.m. A presentation One of the first Ark Alchemist A discrete graphics units for laptops, which was a . According to Short FAQ teaser for announcement Offering a two-fold improvement in graphics performance compared to previous integrated graphics units, while “maintaining the same form factors”.
For comparison, the expected DG2-128EU-based model Arc A370M was paired in Full HD under DX12 in Metro Exodus with an Intel Core i7-12700H versus an Intel Core i7-1280P with an Iris Xe iGPU (96 EU) , but the resolution was used, but with a 40 watt TDP for the overall system, compared to 28 watts. It is still unclear what other GPU models Intel will offer, but the A350M model, which is believed to be based on the same configuration, is still under discussion.
Meanwhile, the first Xe-HPG gaming-generation desktop graphics cards should be expected in the second quarter, while workstations should be served in the third quarter of 2022. The company further explained that the Mobile Arc series was earlier prioritized to bring together all the key technologies (CPU, graphics, media, display, I/O, etc.).
according to the assessment of 3dcenter.org The announcement indicates “in a certain sense” that with the DG2 series Intel is focusing on the smallest Alchemist graphics chip “SOC2” (DG2-128-EU) and the mobile segment – meaning the larger Alchemist SoCs. And their desktop variants can be expected in large quantities.
Source: Via Videocardz.com
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