Intel teased the specs for its coming new Arc A-series desktop graphics cards and they are the A380, A580, A750, and A770.
The A380 is the series entry-level model that offers a 6GB of GDDR6 memory and up to 2000MHz (or 2GHz) clock speed. Basically, it is still much slower than the 3.2GHz Apple M1 clock speed, which also has 8 cores.
However, it has 8 processing cores and is competitive compared to other low-end graphic cards, like the Nvidia GTX 1660 Super.
In the mid-tier space, the A580 will bring 8GB of VRAM and 24 processing cores. It memory clock speed is 1700MHz (or 1.7GHz). While the clock speed seems lower than the A380, this processor is actually much faster, thanks to its 24-core offering.
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Its high-end graphic cards entries are the A750 and A770. The A750 offers 8GB of VRAM, 28 processing cores, and a clock speed of 2050MHz (or 2.05GHz). From its number of cores, it is clear that it is faster than the other two.
Meanwhile, the fastest card that Intel teased is the 8GB or 16GB of VRAM, 32 processing cores A770 card. It gives a clock speed of 2100MHz (2.1GHz).
We await the real-word test of these cards to see how they actually perform. Intel has not announced when the cards would be available, we likely will see more leaks about it in the near future.
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