Intel’s A770, A750, A580, and A380 graphics specifications have been announced
After a long wait, Intel has finally announced the technical specifications of the Arc Alchemist series desktop graphics cards. based on what Toms Hardover He writes, Intel initially plans to release four graphics cards of the Arc family for different segments of the market.
The family of A series desktop graphics includes Arc A770, Arc A750, Arc A580 and Arc A380. Intel has already announced the specifications of its graphics reference model, and it is likely that custom models built by Intel’s business partners will have more processing power.
|Technical specifications of Intel Arc series desktop class graphics cards|
|–||Arc A770||Arc A750||Arc A580||Arc A380|
|Lithography||6 nm TSMC||6 nm TSMC||6 nm TSMC||6 nm TSMC|
|Number of transistors||21.7 billion||21.7 billion||21.7 billion||7.2 billion|
|The area of the graphics chip||406 mm square||406 mm square||406 mm square||157 square millimeters|
|The number of Xe nuclei||32||28||24||8|
|Number of stream processors||4,096||3,584||3,072||1,024|
|Number of MXM engines||512||448||384||128|
|Number of RTU units||32||28||24||8|
|Frequency||2,100 MHz||2,050 MHz||1,700 MHz||2,000 MHz|
|Graphics memory speed||17.5 gigabit per second||16 gigabits||16 gigabits||15.5 Gbps|
|Graphics memory capacity||8 or 16 GB GDDR6||8 GB GDDR6||8 GB GDDR6||6 GB GDDR6|
|Graphics memory bus width||256 bits||256 bits||256 bits||96 bits|
|Number of ROP units||128||128||128||32|
|Number of TMU units||256||224||192||64|
|Power FP32||17.2 teraflops||14.7 teraflops||10.4 teraflops||4.1 teraflops|
|Bandwidth||560 GB per second||512 gigabytes||512 gigabytes||It is 186 GB|
|power||225 watts||225 watts||Probably 150 watts||75 watts|
By denying production of the A780, now Arc A770 is known as Intel’s flagship graphics card in the desktop platform. This graphics card is equipped with an ACM-G10 chip and has 32 cores based on the Xe architecture (equivalent to 4,096 stream processors) that operate at a frequency of 2,100 MHz. Intel says the A770 is equipped with eight or 16 GB of GDDR6 memory with a maximum bandwidth of 560 GB/s.
The Arc A750 sits slightly below the flagship model and uses a modified version of the ACM-G10 chip with 28 Xe cores (equivalent to 3,584 stream processors). These processors operate at a frequency of 2,050 MHz. The Intel Arc A750 graphics card has eight GB of GDDR6 memory with a bandwidth of 512 GB.
Arc A580 graphics card is for gamers who have a limited budget. This graphics card uses 24 Xe cores (equivalent to 3,072 stream processors) with a frequency of 1,700 MHz. This frequency makes the Arc A580 more than 30% slower than the flagship model. The Arc A580 graphics card is equipped with eight GB of GDDR6 memory with a bandwidth of 512 GB.
The weakest graphics card of the Arc family is called Arc A380, which was released earlier. This graphics card based on the ACM-G11 chip uses only eight Xe cores (equivalent to 1,024 stream processors) with a frequency of 2,000 MHz and has 6 GB of GDDR6 graphics memory. The Arc A380 graphics card is available now for $140 in the US.
Intel says that those of its graphics cards that are manufactured in Malaysia will arrive before the rest of the cards. At the moment, the exact release date has not been announced; We also don’t know the price of Intel desktop graphics at the moment.