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ARC Alchemist At long last, Intel is introducing a series of graphics cards - Technology Valley
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Mar 19, 2023 / By Ghada Magdi / in Blogs

There is no doubt that the past period was a period full of waiting for game lovers around the world. Gamers in Rome, woodcutters in remote mountains, peasants on their farms, old men around a fireplace in winter, thousands and thousands of simple gamers await the return of Intel with the key to solving their problems.

But it seems that Intel is also intending to finally caress the feelings of its followers with some good news.

At the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) 2022 exhibition in Dallas (USA), Intel finally displayed a graphics card from its upcoming Arc Alchemist desktop series of graphics cards. The card was nameless, but what we already know is that it will be a limited edition, and is expected to be released later this summer.

The company had previously revealed this design through a teaser video, but for the first time we see a real graphic card from the company instead of promises and videos.

This dual fan model is based on the Alchemist ACM-G10 GPU with a full 32 Xe-Core configuration. It is not yet known if this is the rumored Arc A770 or Arc A780, but all rumors agree that it will have 16 GB of GDDR6 graphic memory.

We can also see that the new card is supported by 8-pin and 6-pin power connectors. It is expected that the main desktop card of this Arc series will compete with the Radeon RX 6700 series and GeForce RTX 3070 graphics.

Unfortunately, it is not clear when gamers will have the opportunity to purchase one of these new cards, as Intel is now focusing on enabling the portable Arc Alchemist series to OEM partners first.