Intel hopes to solve Arc woes with driver update
Will be powered by two ducks
Chipzilla has not had much luck with its Arc Alchemist graphics cards, but apparently, it is hoping that a forthcoming driver update might offer a sizeable enough performance gain to keep it in the game.
Intel confirms Arc A780 graphics card was never planned
A770 remains top
Intel’s Ryan Shrout, part of the Intel marketing group, used his Twitter to confirm that the Arc A780 card never existed.
Intel flagship Arc desktop GPU shows up at IEM 2022
Desktop Alchemist behind a dual-fan design
While we have already seen the flagship Intel Arc desktop graphics card in a teaser video, it made a surprise appearance at the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) 2022 in Dallas, USA
Chipzilla might launch Arc Alchemist at Vision 2022
That is May 10th
Intel has officially announced that its ‘Vision 2022’ conference is set to start on 10 May and the dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn which says that will be the day that the Chipzilla will launch its dedicated desktop Arc Alchemist graphics cards.
Intel’s Arc Alchemist graphics cards delayed
Leak suggests that Nvidia’s Nemesis will be the middle of the year
Intel’s Arc Alchemist graphics cards was expected to launch in early 2022, and give Nvidia’s higher-end desktop GPUs a run for their money, but leaks are suggesting that they will be a bit later.
Intel Arc Alchemist gets video treatment
Rumoured launch plans
Intel’s Arc Alchemist graphics chips have been shown in a video, and its launch plans see fresh rumours.
Intel shows its Xe-HPG roadmap and details the Arc Alchemist GPU
Shows Intel Xe SS (Super Sampling) as well
During its 2021 Architecture Day Intel gave a few more details about its upcoming Intel Arc GPUs, including the full roadmap, more details about the Arc Alchemist GPU, as well as the Intel Xe SS (Super Sampling) technology.
Intel introduces its new Arc brand for graphics products
Will cover hardware, software, and services
Intel pulled a rather neat surprise today unveiling its new Intel Arc brand for its upcoming consumer high-performance graphics products, including the upcoming Xe HPG 1st generation graphics card (DG2), as well as future Intel graphics products.