At AMD and Nvidia, everything is ready to start selling a new generation of graphics cards, which will further improve the gaming experience. Fortunately, Intel will introduce its own graphics cards for PCs in the same period. Although these will be able to compete with mid- and low-range graphics cards, they will undoubtedly bring freshness to the field of graphics solutions. As a result, we can expect slightly lower prices for graphics solutions, as the competition will be greater.
According to online rumors, Intel initially introduced three models of graphics cards for desktop computers, the Arc Alchemist A750, A580 and A380. The most powerful A750 will be equipped with 3,584 CPU cores and 8 GB of GDDR6 memory. The data interface will be 128 bits. The less powerful A580 and A380 models will have up to 3,072 and 1,024 CPU cores and eight and six gigabytes of GDDR6 memory, respectively. The data interface will be 128 or 96 bits. This should be enough for slightly more demanding content.
The purchase of the Intel Arc Alchemist A750 graphics card is expected to cost 333 euros recalculated in the United States. Its performance is expected to be similar to the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card. The slightly less powerful Intel Arc Alchemist A580 graphics card will be rated at 266 euros at a recalculation of 266 euros, and it will compete with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 graphics card. The less powerful Intel Arc Alchemist A380 will be comparable in performance With the GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card. The retail price will be set at 142 euros. The new arrivals will be introduced to the public between the end of May this year and the beginning of June. So more will be known about the new arrivals soon.