To know everything about Intel graphics cards, all we need is “only” the release date and the price list.
In the most official way, it is Intel itself that releases the complete specifications of the most powerful cards in its Arc Alchemist range. It confirms at the same time that only three references are currently planned, in addition to the A380 already detailed.
Arc A580, 24 Xe-Cores and 1.7 GHz
Just above the A380, we, therefore, find the Arc A580 which will be, for the moment, the only representative of the Arc 5 variants. Unlike the A380, equipped with the ACM-G11 GPU, it is a question of integrating the ACM-G10.
Intel specifies that the card will thus have 24 Xe-Cores, therefore 384 XMX Engines, and 3,072 FP32 cores. Clocked at 1.7 GHz, the GPU will be supported by 8 GB of GDDR6 at 16 Gbps on a 256-bit interface bus and, therefore, a bandwidth of 512 GB/s.
Logically, it should end up opposite the GeForce RTX 3050 and have a TDP of around 175 Watts. We can hope to see it marketed in a range of 200 to 300 dollars.
Arc A750, 28 Xe-Cores and 2.05 GHz
The upper range is represented by two cards. Let’s start with the Arc A750 which retains the same ACM-G10 GPU, but this time with 28 Xe-Cores, 448 XMX Engines, and 3,584 FP32 cores.
Intel mentions here a frequency of 2.05 GHz for the GPU while the 8 GB of GDDR6 are still at 16 Gbps with an unchanged 256-bit interface bus. In fact, the bandwidth remains identical to that of the Arc A380, with 512 GB/s.
The TDP of the card is 225 Watts and it would logically be a question of competing more robustly, in this case, the GeForce RTX 3060. Intel gives no details, we fall back on the rumors that evoke a price of 300 to 350 dollars.
Arc A770, 32 Xe-Cores and 2.1 GHz
Finally, the most powerful card in the Arc Alchemist range at present is the A770 which, like the others, is designed around the ACM-G10 GPU. It has 32 Xe-Cores, 512 XMX Engines, and 4,096 FP32 cores.
The operating frequency of the GPU increases very slightly, to 2.1 GHz and two versions of the card are planned: 8 and 16 GB of GDDR6. 17.5 Gbps memory on a 256-bit interface bus for a slight increase in bandwidth to 560 GB/s.
The TDP is unchanged from the A750, 225 Watts. On the other hand, it is the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti which is competed with and even exceeded by the A770. On the price side, again these are only rumors, we would logically be between 350 and 400 dollars.