Intel released the first tabletop game graphics card Arc A380 in the middle of June, but at the beginning, it was only available for OEM and SI whole machine market, and only one of the Blue Ident was retailed, with a price of 1,299 yuan. Huaqing has been exposed but not released yet.
More importantly, this is only happening in the Chinese market, overseas users can only watch.
According to a new leak from MLID,Intel plans to release the Arc desktop graphics card worldwide in late July or later, with the launch of full OEM sales, and separate retail sales in August or later.
However, the timetable. +” For example, if the release date was listed as July 20 or later, it's now July 29. …
It's also worth noting that the annual SIGGRAPH conference will be held August 8-11, where Intel is likely to announce a workstation version of its Arc graphics card, as well as a global release of its Arc desktop version.
This time, Intel will release four different models at the same time, starting withFrom high to low are Arc A770, Arc A750, Arc A580, Arc A380.
There are five names listed on the roadmap for the non-public brands, all of which have been omitted and are said to beAsus, Huacheng, Microstar, Skige, Blue Ident，But for now, only the Arc A380, the lowest end of the range, can be seen, and the launch date is all TBD.
According to current rumors, the Arc A770 is the flagship model of this generation (though with a high potential performance equivalent to the RTX 3060 Ti), with 32 Xe cores, 256-bit 8/16GB GDDR6 memory, and 225W power.
The Arc A750 is streamlined to 28 Xe cores, still has 256-bit 8GB GDDR6 video memory, and still consumes 225 watts of power.
The Arc A580 has 16 Xe cores, 128-bit 8GB GDDR6, and 175 watts of power.
The Arc A380 is a familiar one, with just eight Xe cores, 96-bit 8GB GDDR6 video memory and 75W power.
There's reportedly an entry-level Arc A310 with just four Xe cores, 64-bit 4GB GDDR6 memory, and 75W power. I don't know if it will ever come out.