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.
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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.
In 2025, Intel plans to launch its fourth-gen ARC discrete graphics cards dubbed "Druid" according to an Intel ARC official. This means a launch cadence period of just one year for Intel's ARC GPUs.
Intel recently at its Architecture Day event unveiled the Arc family of discrete graphics that are slated to launch next year. Today, the alleged naming of first-gen Alchemist GPU has leaked.
At its Architecture Day 2021 today, Intel has revealed more information on its upcoming discrete graphics cards. The company has detailed the architecture of first-gen Arc products called Alchemist.
To promote its newly-unveiled Arc branding for the upcoming discrete graphics cards, Intel is giving away, among other stuff, an Arc branded discrete GPUs to five lucky winners from across the world.
Intel has unveiled today its new "Arc" brand. Arc will be similar to GeForce and Radeon and will denote all of Intel's hardware and software that will be designed for its upcoming discrete graphics.
Alleged NUC 12 details have leaked and they suggest Intel could be having its own in-house discrete graphics in the next-gen NUC. The GPUs will apparently feature 8,12 and 16GB VRAM.
Intel appears to be making excellent progress on the clock speeds of its upcoming Xe HPG (DG2) discrete graphics. According to a leaked Geekbench 5 run, the GPU is now reaching 2.2GHz.
AMD recently launched the RX 6600 XT for $379, a price higher than many expected. The company's justification is the doubling of memory prices which is indeed true, according to price listings online.
Intel's Xe HPG or DG2 which was slated for launch later this year has purportedly been delayed according to a new report today. The GPU is now rumored to be making its debut at CES next year.
Intel's DG2 is reportedly heading to notebooks and laptops first, according to a report today. The launch time for the initial batch of DG2-based discrete graphics cards is allegedly in late Q4 2021.
Intel's chief GPU lead, Raja Koduri, has tweeted a screenshot of the company's Xe HPG discrete graphics chip running an upcoming 3DMark Mesh Shader test. The GPU will be launching later this year.