Intel Might be Delaying Its Desktop Arc Alchemist A-Series GPUs by Several Months

Intel Might be Delaying Its Desktop Arc Alchemist A-Series GPUs by Several Months

While Intel has already released its mobile Arc GPUs, the Arc Alchemist A-Series graphics cards may be delayed.

According to a reliable Intel leaker, Enthusiastic Citizen, and first noticed by Wccftech, Intel's desktop A-series might arrive as late as the end of Q2 or the beginning of Q3 2022. It also appears that four desktop cards in the A-series are in the works: the A770, A750, A580, and A380.

The A770 is reported to be the fastest, with performance comparable to that of the RTX 3060 Ti. This specific information and the expected delay appear to be supported by Intel's prior statement that a 'Limited Edition' GPU will be released sometime in the middle of the year.

There appears to be considerable uncertainty about the A770, particularly regarding the quantity of RAM. Some leaks claim it has a boost clock of up to 2.4 GHz and 12GB of memory, while the current rumor claims it may have up to 16GB VRAM.

'Enthusiastic Citizen,' the leaker who initially published the leaks, also indicated that Intel has plans for a component named Arc A750, which previous sources say will contain 448 Xe Vector Engines (Execution Units). According to rumors, this and the A580 will have 8GB GDDR6 RAM.

5
1 ratings
Paul Syverson
WRITTEN BY
Paul Syverson
Paul Syverson is the founder of Product Reviews. Paul is a computer scientist; he used to carry out a handful of significant studies which contributed to bringing in many special features on the site. He has a huge passion for computers and other tech products. He is always diligent in delivering quality writings to bring the most value to people. Syverson.org |

Advertisement