Intel has finally made their public debut of the an actual Intel Arc Graphics desktop card although only in display form as the Intel Graphics team has a display unit of an actual Intel Arc Alchemist graphics card on display for all attendees to view at Intel Extreme Master Dallas 2022.
Posted by @theBryceIsRt over at Twitter, Intel’s new Arc Alchemist A700 series graphics card is only display. For those unaware, The card shown is Intel’s reference design and will also be used in Intel’s ownbrand release which goes by Limited Edition for now as teased in Intel’s announcement teaser.
The Arc Alchemist ACM-G10 features 32 Xe cores and is complimented by 16GB of GDDR6 memory. The card will have a base configuration of display output comprising of 3x DispalyPort and a single HDMI port.
Speculations suggest Intel will follow similar naming conventions with its CPU hence the Arc Alchemist graphics cards will have model names like A7-780, A5-5xx, so and so forth. Intel is supposedly targeting a late June-July launch but delays are expected.