Intel has published the official specifications of the Arc graphics cards

Intel continues to gradually under-reveal its graphics cards Arc. Now the specifications of these A-Series cards have appeared on its official website. What is particularly interesting here is the huge performance jump between the 3 and 5 series, which suggests that other models could appear to fill this big gap. Arc A380 namely it will come with 8 Xe-Core, 8 units for Ray-Tracing and 128 XMX units. The graphics core should have a frequency of 2000 MHz. There will be 6 GB of GDDR6 memory and a data throughput of 186 GB/s. This suggests a 96-bit memory bus.

Arc A580 it is supposed to have 24 Xe-Cores, which is 3 times what the A380 has. The gap between these cards is really big and there is something missing that would have, for example, 16 cores. The A580 has 24 Ray-Tracing units and 384 XMX units. While the number of cores grew 3 times, the chip will have to settle for a lower clock rate of 1700 MHz. The memory has a capacity of 8 GB and it is surprising that Intel did not choose a narrow memory bus here. The not exactly high-end chip will be able to boast a 256-bit bus and a high throughput of 512 GB/s.

Intel Arc GPU

We get to Arc A750. In this case, you can look forward to 28 Xe-Core, 28 RT units and 448 XMX on a trimmed chip. The frequency reaches 2050 MHz, which means that the raw processing power will be 40% above the A580. The rest is the same, so we have 8 GB of GDDR6 memory on a 256-bit bus with a throughput of 512 GB/s. In terms of consumption, the TBP is supposed to be 225W.

Intel Arc 7

Arc A770 it will be on a full-fledged chip with 32 Xe-Core, 32 RT units and 512 XMX. The clock speed will also increase to 2100 MHz, so the raw power will beat the A750 by 17%. Consumption remains at 225 W, however, the higher frequency of 256-bit memories will increase throughput to 560 GB/s. While manufacturers will usually make 8GB variants, the one directly from Intel should have a capacity of 16GB. All variants should support upscaling using AI (XeSS technology) as well as AV1 HW acceleration.


Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.

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