According to the latest rumors, Intel is working on a graphics desktop for the entry level, the Intel Arc A310a very basic model with 4 GB of GDDR6 memory which would directly compete with AMD RadeonRX6400 and the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650, although yes, it is said that it would be a little faster than the models of its competitors, in addition to accessing the technology Intel® XeSS.
For this, it is indicated that it would use the same graphics chip of the Intel Arc A350 (ACM-G11) but reduced to a total of 4 or 6 Xe cores (from 8), which translates to 512 – 768 coreswhile the memory interface would be 64 bit compared to the 96 bits of its big sister. In essence, the specs would be similar to an Intel Arc A330M.
Obviously, like the Radeon RX 6400 (190 euros) and the GeForce GTX 1650 (220 euros), the Intel Arc A310 will have a niche in the market, but as long as costs much less than its competitorsand it is that today paying 200 euros for an entry-level GPU is something quite sad, and more See what a Steam Deck costs or a next-gen console, which includes a lot more technology and not just a graphics chip.
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