Has not now launched its new product family with discrete graphics cards for laptops, Intel Arc.
These are the very first graphics cards from Intel’s Arc A-Series that in 2022 will include laptops, desktops and workstations.
Intel Arc will initially be available in two variants: A350 for ultra-thin latops and A370M for more performance.
The Intel Arc 3 cards will offer gaming in 1080p resolution and the A370M will be able to handle it at more than 60 frames per second for today’s popular titles. The first computers with Arc 3 graphics can be pre-ordered now.
This summer, the Intel Arc 5 and Arc 7 products for laptops will be released, which will offer even better performance and have more X-cores, radiation tracking devices and more gddr6 memory compared to the Arc 3 products.
All products in the Intel Arc A-Series are based on Intel’s new X High Performance Graphics microarchitecture, built from the ground up for gamers and creators.
The cards have full support for Direct X 12 Ultimate and technology such as hardware-accelerated beam tracking, X Super Sampling (released this summer) and X Display Engine for high-update HDR monitors.
Thanks to Intel Deep Link technology, Intel Arc graphics cards will be able to work completely seamlessly with Intel’s own processors.
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