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Intel ARC Graphics Card with XE-HPG Alchemist GPU to compete with AMD RX 6700XT and NVIDIA RTX 3070

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It has been revealed that the Intel ARC graphics card intends to take on the AMD RX 6700 XT and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070. Will it be enough though?
Intel ARC Graphics Card with XE-HPG Alchemist GPU to compete with AMD RX 6700XT and NVIDIA RTX 3070
Are the Intel ARC graphics card on par with AMD and NVIDIA's offering?

Intel ARC graphics cards with Xe-HPG Alchemist to take on AMD and NVIDIA

Here's what's inside
Here's what's inside

The flagship Intel ARC graphics cards will feature the Alchemist Xe-HPG GPUs. These are set to be launched next year with the specifications pointing to a head-on collision with AMD and NVIDIA GPUs.

The first Intel ARC video card will be based on the TSMC 6nm process node. The Intel Xe-GPG Alchemist GPU features a Xe-Core which is a core component of the 1st Gen ARC roster. The Xe-Core has 16 256-bit Vector Engines and 16 1,024-bit Matrix Engines. Each Vector Engine features 8 ALUs. The Xe-Core also has its own dedicated L1 cache.

Intel combines four Xe-Cores to form a Render Slice which features 4 Ray Tracing Units, 4 Sampler Units, Geometry/Rasterize/HiZ engines, and 2 Pixel Backend blocks. The flagship ARC GPU is set to feature 8 Render Slice configurations with 32 Xe-Cores, 512 Vector Engines, and 4,096 ALUs. There will be 2, 4, and 6 Render Slice configurations as well.

The flagship Alchemist DG-512 is set to feature 16GB GDDR6 VRAM with 256-bit memory Buds. To put it into perspective, the NVIDIA GA104 GPU has 8GB GDDR6X VRAM while the AMD Navi 22 GPU has 16GB GDDR6 VRAM as well.

With this, Intel's flagship ARC graphics card can end up being faster than the Radeon RX 6700 XT and the NVIDIA RTX 3070.

What do you guys think?

Source: Wccftech
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