Intel seems to have a hard time catching up with the sharp launch of its graphics cards in the Arc family, but that doesn’t stop the company from talking warmly about the cards in various video reviews and blog posts. At the latest is a full review of the specifications of the various models, where these range from the entry-level A380 to the top model A770.
Units of account (EU’s)
2 000 MHz
1 700 MHz
2 050 MHz
2 100 MHz
Amount of memory
6 GB GDDR6
8 GB GDDR6
8 GB GDDR6
8/16 GB GDDR6
15 500 MHz
16 000 MHz
16 000 MHz
17 500 MHz
At the absolute top is the model Arc A770, which is endowed with the full-fledged version of the graphics circuit ACM-G10 with 32 Xe cores and also 32 ray tracingunits. The card has a base frequency of 2,100 MHz and a power budget (TBP) of 225 W. Regarding graphics memory, the card can be configured with capacities of either 8 or 16 GB, while the memory speed amounts to 17,500 MHz for a theoretical memory bandwidth of 560 GB/s over the 256 pieces wide the bus.
A step down we find the Arc A750, in which Intel cuts the graphics chip from its big brother, leaving 28 Xe cores. The graphics chip here has a base frequency of 2,050 MHz, with the possibility of stepping up to higher levels provided the model stays within its power budget of 225 W. Furthermore, 8 GB of GDDR6 memory is seen running at 17,000 MHz for a memory bandwidth of 512 GB/ pp. Both the Arc A770 and Arc A750 will be available as reference cards direct from Intel for a limited time.
In addition to the Arc A380, which has already been launched and is well known in terms of specifications, the company also has the Arc A580. Again the ACM-G10 graphics chip is seen, but this time in a further cut-down format with 24 Xe cores. The base frequency here amounts to 1,700 MHz, while the card’s power budget is still unknown. The graphics memory of the specification is identical to the Arc A770, which means 8 GB GDDR6 running at 17,000 MHz.
According to Intel, they intend to launch the graphics cards in the Arc family “soon” in selected regions. In terms of performance, the company is not targeting the top segment, but rather the mid-range, where the Arc A770 is aimed at Nvidia’s Geforce RTX 3060.
Are you still hooked on the Intel Arc, or have you run out of steam after all the delays?
Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.
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