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Intel Reportedly Delayed the Launch of Its Desktop Intel Arc GPUs Again

What we saw with the Intel Arc A350M made it clear that Intel was going full steam ahead with their new GPU software and they needed time to think about what they were doing, and now there are rumors that the company would again delay the launch of its entire line of graphics dedicated office. From Asia, it is stated that all the company’s graphics cards will arrive at the end of this quarterJune, although a launch for start of third trimester (July).

So far, Intel has only confirmed the launch of a “Limited Edition” this summer, which would be a model of the Intel Arc A770, while the other models did not reveal any details. To this must also be added a very poor launch of its Intel Arc A-Series laptop GPUs, with only the Intel Arc A350M available in a single laptop. sold exclusively in South Korea.

Intel Arc A770 Limited Edition

The leak also mentions that four GPU models are planned, with a possible fifth version variant later. The Arc A770, A750, A580, and A380 desktop models are mentioned, with the A770 leading the way with similar performance to the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. It’s thought that Intel might release an even faster model, but that’s probably where the “limited edition” comes in. On the other hand, the A770 is said to actually have less than 16GB of memory, so we assume that we could talk about 12 GB.

Interestingly, it is revealed that Intel is planning a GPU called Bow A750. One would expect this model to feature 448 Xe Vector Engines (execution units), as has been suggested in numerous leaks in the past (some from Intel itself). This GPU, with the A580, shares the use of 8 GB of GDDR6 memory. The slowest desktop GPU, known as A380would offer similar performance to the Radeon RX 6400. We’ll have to see how the market of rumors and leaks progress to find out if Intel’s problems are bigger than expected.

via: Bilibili | video cardz

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