Intel Launches its First Gaming GPUs for Laptops

The first batch of Intel’s long-awaited Arc line of gaming GPUs has finally been shown off, and they look great. There will be more discrete graphics cards this year, but the first ones are built on Intel’s new Xe HPG architecture. 

Later, there will be desktop and workstation models as well.

There are three graphics processors in Intel’s new Arc A series for mobile devices. Arc 3, Arc 5, and Arc 7 are the three in this group. As part of the Arc 3 series, the ACM-G11 die is used in the A350M and A370M. These are both entry-level systems.

This computer has six Xe cores, six ray-tracing cores, a graphics speed of 1150MHz, and a 25–35W power envelope. The A350M has a 25–35W power envelope. With the A370M, you get eight Xe cores and eight ray-tracing cores. 

You also get a 1550MHz graphics speed and 35–50W of power. Both have a 64-bit memory interface and 4GB of GDDR6 memory.

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During the early summer, the bigger ACM-G10 die will be used in the Arc 5 and Arc 7 GPUs. Shown below are the specs for each model in this line.

With the Arc 3 series, Intel wants to be able to play games at 1080p and 60 FPS. According to the chipmaker, the Arc A370M and Core i7-12700H should be able to run 60 FPS and more than 90 FPS in some games.

The XMX AI engine that powers the Arc GPUs does a lot of AI work. In the end, this led to Intel’s version of DLSS, which is what Nvidia’s DLSS is called, XeSS. Many software features will come with the new graphics cards. Deep Link is just one of them. It will be a lot better at running the CPU and the GPU.

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