20 New Arc Alchemist Product IDs Discovered in Drivers

We had high expectations for Arc graphics cards from Intel at CES 2022, but the company remained very quiet about it. However, the blue team continues to work hard on Alchemist graphics cards with Xe-HPG architecture.

PhoronixAccording to Intel, Intel has added 20 new PCI Device IDs labeled ‘DG2’ to the open source Linux Mesa graphics driver. While the 20 new SKUs may sound impressive, this does not mean that all PCI devices are connected to a real product. IDs can include engineering samples, mobile, desktop playing cards, and professional solutions. For now, these are rumors because Intel has not confirmed how many Arc Alchemist graphics cards it has developed.

The chipmaker had confirmed that new external graphics cards will arrive in the first quarter of 2022. However, as it was recently noticed, the company’s website has been updated and the phrase “first quarter” has been removed. Some media outlets have reached out to Intel about this, but there has been no response.

According to Intel, the company is currently shipping Arc GPUs to laptop OEMs and says it will have the first Arc-based products on the market by the end of this quarter. It seems that the blue team is not in a rush for the Arc Alchemist family and is planning many different graphics cards.

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