Intel has launched its GPU Arc laptop variant, and a recent promotional video seems to inadvertently show the stats.
Kodoani.com – Market graphics card is more competitive than ever, especially now that Intel has entered the race. With the tech giant rolling out its Arc GPU in laptop form, the game is on to get super hot with rivals Nvidia and AMD. With the RTX 3090 Ti proving to be disappointing, largely because the small power boost isn’t worth the 30% more expensive, there could be an opportunity for the “green team” to step in and fill the void of those who want it. Good product at affordable price segment.
With Intel finally introducing its Arc series of discrete graphics cards, there’s going to be a lot of talk about how it will compare to its rivals. However, in an attempt to promote its new hardware, it looks like a small detail has been leaked that could reveal information about one of the company’s flagship GPUs.
As spotted by 3DCenter, in a video on Intel’s website demonstrating the company’s Arc Control Software, a tool being released that supports graphics cards of the same name, there is a moment in which the GPU speeds up. clock speed 2,250 MHz might have seen. It only happens for a very short time, but at the 29-second mark, it appears as if the software is monitoring the performance of a higher-end card. It also shows that this mysterious GPU is running at 172W. Combined, it shows that this is not the same as the laptop variant that has just been launched. An earlier segment in the video shows details of a card running at 42W with a clock speed of 850MHz, possibly related to Intel’s laptop GPU.
It should be made clear that the vision of what appears to be a much more powerful graphics card is in a very small window and everything else is just speculation. With Intel launching more Arc GPUs this summer, possibly by the end of June, a leak from Control Software could refer to one of them, but there’s no way to tell from. Such a brief photo.
With Nvidia looking to launch the 40-series this September, and AMD recently announcing the RDNA 3 architecture, the graphics card industry is very soon looking to move into the next era. With the market increasingly competitive, one can only hope that Intel has what it takes to join the big battles, especially now that the outlook is starting to look better after more than a year of shortages and price increase.