Intel Announces Intel Arc A-Series, AMD and Nvidia Competitor Desktop GPUs – Intel officially announces a series of external graphics processors (GPUs), aka discrete graphics which will include the laptop product segment, desktopand workstation named Intel Arc A-Series.

The presence of the Intel Arc A-Series will enliven the competition for external GPUs which in the past two decades have been dominated by AMD and Nvidia.

In segment desktopthe form of the first GPU from the Intel A-Series was also showcased in a short video that is less than a minute in duration.

Based on the video, the premiere of the Intel A-Series GPU for the segment desktop this is at first glance similar to the majority of other GPUs from Nvidia and AMD which have form factor rectangular.

This GPU looks wrapped in an elegant black color and is equipped with the words “Intel Arc” and “Intel Arc Limited Edition”, so there is a possibility that this GPU will be released in limited quantities.

Although the design has been revealed, Intel has not disclosed the specifications for this first and newest desktop GPU.

But when referring to the video, this Intel Arc GPU is equipped with two fans, accompanied by one port HDMI and three port DisplayPort.

Intel Arc A-Series for laptops

Intel Illustration of an Intel A-Series laptop GPU.

Apart from showing off the discrete GPU for the segment desktopIntel also announced three new series that will become Intel A-Series GPU products for the laptop segment, namely the Intel Arc 3, Arc 5, and Arc 7.

Intel Arc 3 is meant to improve the experience gaming in the conventional market, aka 1080p as well as to support the performance of content creators.

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Intel says there are two models that will be under the Intel Arc 3, namely the Intel Arc A350M which is specifically designed for super-thin laptops.ultra thin), and the A370M for a thin laptop that has high performance (thin and light).

Intel did not mention which models will be under the Intel Arc 5 and Arc 7 series.

However, they claim that the two series of GPU laptops will offer top-notch content creation capabilities that rely on powerful graphics and computing performance.

In addition, the two GPU series of this laptop are also said to be equipped with more GPU cores (Xe cores) than the Intel Arc 3 discrete GPU, and are equipped with features ray tracing and video memory (VRAM) type GDDR6.

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Intel Arc A-Series features and availability

Intel Ilustrasi Intel Arc Graphics.

Both Intel Arc 3, Arc 5, and Arc 7 will support DirectX 12 Ultimate features and features ray tracing which relies on Xe Super Sampling (XeSS) technology.

There is also support for the Intel Deep Link feature which allows the performance of the Intel Arc A-Series GPU to be combined with the performance of an Intel branded CPU, so that it is claimed to be able to provide gaming, video and video performance. editingand streaming the maximum.

Intel claims that the first laptops with GPU discrete The Intel Arc 3 is now available for users to find and order from today.

Meanwhile, the discrete Intel Arc 5 and Arc 7 GPUs, as well as the Intel Arc GPUs for the segment desktop and add-in cardwill be available around mid-2022.

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It is not yet known how much the Intel A-Series GPU product will cost for the segment desktopas well as how many models will be present in the GPU series desktop the prime of the Intel. We’ll just wait.

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