Intel released the first desktop graphics card in China. The Arc A380 is an entry-level model and costs 146 euros converted. Intel claims the video card is 25 percent faster than the AMD Radeon RX 6400, which costs about the same.
Intel gives the A380 video card at 2000MHz and a tbp from 75 watts. The video card is equipped with 6GB of GDDR6 memory at 16Gbit/s. In combination with the 96-bit memory bus, this provides a memory bandwidth of 192 GB/s.
According to Intel, the video card can run games like Apex Legends, Fortnite, and Dota 2 at medium settings at 1080p resolutions at more than 60 frames per second. The manufacturer also claims that the video card is 25 percent faster than the Radeon RX 6400. This is the cheapest Radeon video card, which has a suggested retail price of $159. Intel does not show a direct comparison and no independent testing has been performed yet to substantiate this claim.
Chinese manufacturer Gunnir has an overclocked Arc A380 video card Advertised with tbp 92W. This variant has a GPU clock speed of 2450MHz and is equipped with two fans instead of one. The memory speed is slightly lower than the reference model at 15.5 Gbit / s.
Last month, Intel announced that Arc video cards come first in China, starting with the cheapest A3 models. Next, Intel wants to serve the international market, but when is not yet clear. The high-end A5 and A7 graphics cards will be available to system builders later in the summer, with retail sales sometime after that. It is not yet clear when Intel Arc video cards will be available in Benelux.
|Intel Arc Alchemist video cards *|
|series||A310 . bracket||A380 . bracket||A580 . bracket||A750 . bracket||A770 . bracket|
|FP32 . cores||512||1024||2048||3072||4096|
|memory||4 GB GDDR6||6 GB GDDR6||8 GB GDDR6||12 GB GDDR6||16 GB GDDR6|
|Memory bus||64 bit||96 bit||128 bit||192 bit||256 bit|
|Memory speed||Nnb||16 Gbit/s||Nnb||Nnb||Nnb|
|memory bandwidth||Nnb||192 GB/sec||Nnb||Nnb||Nnb|
|Total plate strength||Nnb||75 watts||Nnb||Nnb||Nnb|
* Specifications for Arc Graphics Cards for Desktop PCs According to VideoCardz
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