Intel has accidentally (or not?) released parts of the specs of its upcoming high-end Arc GPU for desktop.
The specs appear at the 29-second mark of a promotional video for Intel Arc Control – Intel’s GPU monitoring app (similar to NVIDIA GeForce Experience) that allows users to download drivers, get a detailed breakdown of performance, and set parameters for the Arc GPUs .
The 1-second snippet shows the parameters of a not-yet-announced GPU that packs 175W of power at 99.57% utilization at a GPU clock speed of 2250MHz and VRAM clock speed of 1093MHz.
The 175W TDP is GPU power only and not full board power, meaning it’s likely a 200W card. The clock speed would equate to around 17.5 Gbps of bandwidth, which equates to around 560 GB/s of throughput.
This will be a high-end GPU equivalent to AMD’s RX 6700 XT or NVIDIA’s RTX 3070.
Intel could be launching its Arc line of desktop GPUs soon — maybe as early as May or June. They are touted with full AV1 encoding and decoding, which many developers appreciate. AV1 is a direct competitor to HEVC – Intel claims AV1 is 20% more efficient and 50% more efficient than h.264 at the same bitrate.
The ARC GPUs feature interesting technologies such as XeSS – Intel’s image upscaling algorithm, a new media engine and XMX AI acceleration.
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https://www.gsmarena.com/intel_shares_specs_of_top_arc_gpu__175w_up_to_2250_mhz-news-53836.php Intel shares the specs of the top Arc GPU – 175W TDP, up to 2250MHz clock speed