Today we encounter the first image of what would be the Intel Arc A310the company’s most basic desktop GPU, which has been benchmarked in terms of size with the MSI GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SUPRIM Xand as you can see below, it looks like a toy GPU.
Although the lessor indicated that it was a Bow A380nothing in its design is reminiscent of this GPU, nor of a custom assembler and even has nothing to do with the prototypes already leaked at its time, so it is believed that it is really a new GPU, and in because of its size, and a design that takes up a single PCI slot, indicates that we’d really be against the company’s most basic GPU for the table market.
It must be remembered that the Intel Arc A310 is based on a graphics chip ACM-G11 with 4 Xe cores, resulting in a total configuration of 512 hearts attached 4 GB of GDDR6 memory and a 64-bit interface.
While its power consumption should also be miniscule, thus not presenting many headaches when designing a simple cooling system, the leaky model features an aluminum radiator with a dual-fan design.
The Intel Arc A750 poses for the camera again
Today we are talking about Gamers Nexus again, which showed a new photo of the mid-range GPU Intel Arc A750this time being able to see the front design of the GPU, which is quite clean and of which only a configuration of 15-blade dual fan each. Moreover, we know that it feeds on two 8+6 pin PCI-Express connectors.
This GPU would arrive with 3072 hearts with 12GB GDDR6 memory, 192-bit memory interface, and its performance could be similar to that of a Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060.
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