I think we are all a little bored with the shortage of GPUs. This is a bit like a record-breaking card that is often out of stock or overpriced. Therefore, we look forward to Intel’s entry into the independent gaming GPU market.One of our favorite leakers momomo_us Found in the list SiSoft Sandra database, Which indicates that the upcoming Arc A380 may be close to the GTX 1650 Super level in terms of performance.
Arc A380 is an entry-level GPU based on the Xe-HPG architecture. According to reports, it includes 128 execution units, a 2.45 GHz clock and a rather strange 4.8GB memory. Perhaps the latter is just a reporting error that may occur with pre-release devices.
The summary results show that the A380 is located above the GTX 1650 Super, slightly lower than the Radeon RX 580 and Nvidia’s RTX 3050 Ti notebook GPU. On the surface, you might agree that this is not an excellent result for the A380, but we will reserve our judgment until we get real-world results or have a clear understanding of the card’s TDP and pricing. There may be some drivers that are maturing.
Intel plans to hold CES Press Conference In a few hours, we will most likely start to get more specific information about the upcoming Arc GPU series. We would like to see some real gaming benchmarks, or at least one or two 3DMark results, to understand the location of the card.
Intel plans to release many versions, trailers and conferences, including more Alder Lake CPU series for desktop and mobile devices. The latter is a particularly important version for Intel. We can expect to see laptops equipped with 12th-generation CPUs and Arc GPUs. Are they capable of playing high-quality AAA games? Will Nvidia worry that its dominance of mobile GPUs will be threatened? 2022 is an important year for Intel, Nvidia and AMD.