Intel Arc gets specifications – released as five different graphics cards

It is now not far off until two manufacturers of graphics cards become three, this when no one less than Intel enters the game with the architecture Xe. As the launch approaches by leaps and bounds, it also becomes increasingly difficult to keep tight, where the leaks have recently been dripping tight. Now the specifications are looking for no less than five different graphics cards.


Execution unit (EU)


Memory speed


Arc SKU1 (512EU)

512 pieces
4 096 streamprocessorer


16 000 MHz

512 GB/s

Bow SKU2 (384EU)

384 pieces
3 072 streamprocessorer


16 000 MHz

384 GB/s

Arc SKU3 (256EU)

256 pieces
2 048 streamprocessorer


16 000 MHz

256 GB/s

Bow SKU4 (128EU)

128 pieces
1 024  streamprocessorer


14 000 MHz

112 GB/s

Arc SKU5 (96EU)

96 pieces
768 streamprocessorer


14 000 MHz

112 GB/s

It is the well-known Twitter profile @9550pro which delivers a presentation image, which by design is an official from Intel. First of all, the flagship does not offer any surprises, but like previous data, it gets 512 execution units (EU) with a 256-bit memory bus and 16 GB GDDR6 with an effective clock frequency of 16,000 MHz, for a theoretical bandwidth of 512 GB / s.

More new can be seen in lower segments, where specifications for more models are confirmed. After the first one, which is called “SKU1”, there is “SKU2”, where one in four EUs has lost its footing, as has an equally large part of the memory bus. Together with 12 GB GDDR6 at 16,000 MHz, it provides a bandwidth of 384 GB / s. After comes “SKU3”, which in all respects seems to be a halving of SKU1. Common to the trio is that they are believed to be based on the graphics circuit DG2-512EU.

The whole thing is rounded off by two models that get the same memory configuration – “SKU4” and “SKU5”. The duo comes with 128 and 96 EUs respectively and has a narrow memory bus of 64 bits, which with only 4 GB GDDR6 at 14,000 MHz gives the bandwidth 112 GB / s. The duo is also believed to be based on a much smaller graphics circuit called DG2-128EU.

The processor giant and soon the graphics card maker Intel is holding tight to the details of the graphics card Arc, but in terms of its theoretical performance and leaked figures, the flagship SKU1 seems to be able to take up the fight against Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 3070 Ti. This should have made Nvidia wait to launch one refresh which doubles the amount of memory to 16 GB, in order to be able to counter Intel’s input.

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The launch of Intel’s graphics cards will take place during the current first quarter of the year, but it is still unclear at which end the company will start. So far, Intel has pushed hardest on laptops, so there is speculation that a launch for desktops will take a little longer.

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