From China comes the first image of an Intel Arc A380 GPU from the assembler asrockwhich quickly translates to ASRock will no longer be an AMD exclusive assembler for the graphics market, the company therefore seems to see great potential in this partnership for the future launch of the company’s first family of GPUs.
More specifically, we are talking about the ASRock Arc A380 Challenger, very basic GPU that we can see that uses a simple aluminum radiator cooled by means of a central fan, and that occupies two PCI expansion slots. For the rest, it’s still an Intel Arc A380, so the interesting news here is that ASRock will no longer be an exclusive AMD assembler for the graphics market, to which is added that it is the first that will only work with AMD and Intel.
The ASRock Arc A380 Challenger this GPU comes with the graphics chip ACM-G11 @6nm from TSMC using 8 Xe cores, giving a total of 1024 heartswhich in this case reach an overclocked frequency of 2450MHz. The chip is attached to 6 GB of 15.5 Gbps GDDR6 memory with a memory interface of 96 bit to achieve a bandwidth of 186 GB/s with an energy consumption of 75W. Despite this, it comes with a PCIe slot of 8 pins for their food, and that is at the overclocking level the GPU is very grateful.
via: @Bilibili | @harukaze5719