Intel Arc 3, Arc 5, and Arc 7 Specifications Leaked

Intel Arc might arrive by late 2022 or 2023
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Intel will release five new SKUs over three separate series, according to the data published by VideoCardz. The Arc 3 series, which comprises the A350M and A370M, is aimed at entry-level systems. Then there’s the Arc 5 series, which only has the A550M for mid-range systems. Finally, the A730M and A770M are part of the Arc 7 series.

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Intel Arc 3, Arc 5, and Arc 7 Specifications 

The A350M and A370M, which will debut with the Arc 3 series; will include 4GB of GDDR6 memory and a 64-bit memory interface. The A350M will have six Xe-cores running at 1150MHz and six ray tracing units, with a TGP of 25-35W. The A370M has slightly improved specs, with 8 Xe-cores running at 1550MHz and 8 ray tracing units in a 35-50W package.

The A550M, which belongs to the Arc 5 series, has 16 Xe-cores and 16 ray tracing units. The clock frequency of this mobile GPU is set to 900MHz, and the TDP is set at 60-80W. Furthermore, 8GB of GDDR6 memory is available on a 128-bit memory bus.

The 24-core A730M and 32-core A770M are available in the Arc 7 series. The first has 24 ray tracing units, a 1100MHz clock speed, and 12GB of GDDR6 memory on a 192-bit memory bus. The latter is clocked at 1650MHz and features 32 ray tracing units as well as 16GB of GDDR6 memory connected by a 256-bit memory bus. The TDP of the A730M ranges from 80 to 120 watts, while the TDP of the A770M is 120 to 150 watts.

According to the slide, the Intel Arc 3 series will be available shortly after the presentation is published, probably later today. Early this summer, the Arc 5 and 7 series mobile GPUs will be available.

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