No one should look for Intel video cards on the shelves any time soon

Although it has repeatedly seemed that you really don’t have to wait long for them, it’s still uncertain when the general public will have access to the first video cards with Intel Arc GPUs – essentially, according to Intel’s website. from his head from a blog post.

Although entry-level members of the new discrete GPU series, Arc 3 series chips were theoretically launched in late March, due to software development challenges and supply chain bumps, products based on them can only be marketed in multiple tiers at different times by region. Conversely, this means that Intel’s new products will soon not be available in bulk.

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According to the newly detailed schedule, the first Arc cards will be available for the first time to OEMs and system builders working in the Chinese market, and the notebook variants have so far been shipped exclusively to Samsung under an exclusive Intel contract, which sells the latest models exclusively in the domestic market. – thus also severely limiting the availability of new products.

According to the blog post, the company is working hard to make models with Arc GPUs available in other major notebook manufacturers as soon as possible, but the company hasn’t revealed more than that.

The mid-range and mid-range Arc 5 and 7 Series notebook GPUs are scheduled to ship in early summer, and desktop-based video cards are expected to debut in the second half of the summer, but Given the slippages so far, overall, it is unlikely that video cards with Intel GPUs will be available on store shelves in our region sooner than this fall.


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