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Intel has added driver support now for its Arc A770 and Arc A750 GPUs which were unveiled recently. The new driver also fixes several graphics related glitches in games like Spider-Man and more.
Intel has quietly released its Arc A310 graphics card today. However, it deserves to make some noise seeing how the A310 is the first modern day entry level GPU in a very long time.
Intel has announced the launch of its latest addition to the Arc graphics family, Arc A770 Limited Edition GPU. It is said to take on the Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti and AMD 6700 XT for just $329.
Intel has officially shared the specifications of its first gen Arc “Alchemist” GPUs. Strangely, however, the company appears to have messed up as it has put up the wrong specs for its A380 card.
Intel has shared ray tracing performance figures for its Arc Alchemist GPUs for the first time. The company however has inadvertently admitted that it isn't as good as mighty Nvidia, just yet.
Intel has shared more gaming benchmarks for its Arc A750 graphics card. Unlike the measly five-game benchmark data it gave away last time, the company has now included 10 times more benchmarks.
A report from Igor's Lab has revealed a bunch of things Intel is doing wrong with its Arc lineup of discrete GPUs - from system integrators, board partners, OEMs, to even retailers.
Intel has released its new 188.8.131.5259 Windows DCH beta driver today. The release brings bug and application crash fixes for several games. These include Call of Duty, Forza Horizon 5, and more.
Alleged details on Intel's upcoming first-gen Arc Alchemist discrete desktop graphics card line-up have leaked out. The leak includes purported SKU names as well as pricing information.
Intel today offered a glimpse of the performance of its upcoming Arc A750 Limited Edition graphics card. According to the company, the A750 is often much faster than Nvidia's RTX 3060.
A leaked 3DMark score of Intel's flagship mobile Arc discrete graphics card, the Arc A770M, has leaked. Interestingly, the card was tested with what appears to be a Windows 11 22H2 WDDM 3.1 driver.
In a recent guide by Intel regarding its new Arc GPUs, the company had hinted that AMD's Smart Access Memory support could be coming to Arc in future. Today, the company has officially confirmed it.
Intel's first Arc GPU in the form of A380 is out and reviews are pouring in. The latest testing suggests that Arc still has a lot of optimization work left when it comes to pairing up with AMD Ryzen.
Intel launched its first Arc graphics card last week with the A380. Today, the card has been tested against its main competitors, the RX 6400 and 1650, where the A380 disappoints somewhat.
Intel recently commenced the release of its desktop Arc GPUs with the A380 model. Following that, the company has also published a document outlining the system requirements for initial Arc support.
Intel has released its new 184.108.40.2065 Windows DCH driver today. The new release adds support for Arc A380 desktop GPU, fixes Far Cry 6 texture corruption bug, adds game optimizations, and more.
Intel has launched its Arc A380 graphics card in China, like the company had promised last month. The A380 is an entry level GPU and price-wise, it looks better than AMD and Nvidia's offerings.
Intel released its 220.127.116.115 Windows DCH driver earlier today. The new release adds support for Arc A730M and brings optimization for Sniper Elite 5 for other Arc A-series mobile GPUs.
Intel has released more pictures of the upcoming Limited Edition Arc graphics card that's scheduled for release in the summer. So far, only glimpses of the card's backplate were available.
Intel is in its infancy in the discrete graphics card market and as such, its Arc Alchemist GPUs as well as last gen DG1 have certain issues which are related to its DTT and PCIe 4.0 respectively.
Intel, likely unknowingly, has leaked its entire first Gen Arc Alchemist graphics card lineup, several of which are yet to be announced by the firm. Broadly, Intel's Arc consist of the A3, A5 and A7.
Intel has confirmed that Arc desktop GPUs will be China-exclusive initially and only be available via OEMs. This is probably disappointing news for enthusiasts globally who were looking forward to it.
Intel has failed to deliver a driver which it promised to release by the end of April. This April driver was supposed to add some UI options for enabling certain benchmark-specific optimizations.
According to a new report, those of you looking towards Arc for some GPU market disruption may be in for a disappointment as Intel is allegedly not pricing its GPUs any cheaper than Nvidia or AMD.
Although the firm recently confirmed that it has delayed Arc in major parts of the world outside Korea, Intel continues to work on its drivers and has released the latest 18.104.22.1680 version today.
Intel's Arc GPUs are the first in the market to offer full AV1 support. This means the cards can also encode AV1 content, a feature that is still not available on AMD nor on Nvidia.
Intel Arc laptop GPUs are scheduled to be announced at the end of the month and retailers have already started listing units online. Such is the case with the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Book2.
Intel revealed earlier today the release date for its Arc discrete graphics products. And along with that, the company has also, for the first time ever, shared some performance numbers for Arc.
Intel has finally unveiled the release date for Arc discrete graphics. The company will be launching its first-gen Arc mobile GPUs on March 30 at a special event dubbed "A New Stage of the Game".
SiSoft Software has once again spilled the beans on the performance of a yet-to-be-released Intel part. The firm has published an early review of the upcoming Intel Arc Alchemist A380 discrete GPU.
Geekbench OpenCL score of the flagship Arc 512EU SKU shows that Intel is clearly not competing in the "ultra-enthusiast" segment like it had stated recently. The score is impressive regardless.
Intel has confirmed that its first-gen Arc Alchemist discrete GPUs are definitely going to launch this quarter (Q1). The company also unveiled much more details on its Arc roadmap and products.
More pictures, purportedly of engineering samples (ES) for the first-gen Intel Arc Alchemist GPU, have leaked, this time featuring a similar but darker shade of the previously leaked photos.
Intel GPU head Raja Koduri says that the company is looking at ways and working hard to deliver millions of its upcoming Arc GPUs into the hands of gamers. New Arc wallpapers are now available.
The full lineup of Intel Arc Alchemist (DG2) GPUs for the notebooks has leaked. As confirmed earlier, the SKUs and their EUs have stayed the same but now we have details regarding the memory system.
In the coming days at CES 2022, Acer could debut the first laptop in the world featuring Intel's brand new Arc Alchemist discrete graphics. Arc is Intel's discrete GPU brand like GeForce and Radeon.
A NUC driver has perhaps unveiled more than Intel would have liked. The SKU names of the upcoming first-gen ARC Alchemist GPUs have been revealed and also the codename of the next-gen architecture.
Intel demoed some gameplay of its ARC Alchemist GPU yesterday at The Game Awards 2021 event. One of the images in the video may have unveiled some information regarding ARC, like temperature.
Photos of Intel's flagship Arc Alchemist graphics card begin to surface, giving a detailed look at the upcoming GPU contender from Intel. In addition, renders of the slower desktop GPU are shared.