This is the first time Intel has announced a digital broadcast to unveil its first-generation Arc series GPUs. This will be the first glimpse at Intel’s new discrete graphics for laptops. Intel plans to ship Arc GPUs in laptops, desktops, and workstations. But the company’s next broadcast will only cover laptops.
Earlier this year, the business said that its Arc series would launch initially on laptops in Q1, with desktops and workstations following in Q2 and Q3.
The A370M will also be the first Intel Arc discrete GPU to hit the market. It will double the performance of an integrated card without affecting the machine’s overall form factor. One of Intel’s Deep Link technologies is credited for some of the benefits.
The tech giant plans four generations of GPUs, dubbed “Alchemist,” “Battlemage,” “Celestial,” and “Druid.” Intel’s Arc graphics cards will feature real-time ray tracing, variable-rate shading, video upscaling, and mesh shading, it adds.
On a teleconference with investors, Intel confirmed its ambitions for consumer and server-grade chips through 2024. A commitment to the new Intel 3 fabrication process.