A new player enters - Watch Intel's ARC GPU reveal here

Intel's launching new laptop graphics chips today!

A new player enters - Watch Intel's ARC GPU reveal here

Intel's about to revolutionise the gaming laptop market

Today's going to be a big day for the discrete GPU market. Intel's entering the market, ending the Nvidia/AMD duopoly with their new ARC series of discrete graphics chips and their Alchemist architecture. 

At 4 PM BST, Intel will be revealing their ARC graphics family for laptops. Intel has confirmed that desktop and workstation graphics chips will be coming later this year, with Intel's ARC series arriving on mobile platforms first. The laptop market is where Intel believes that they can make the largest market share gain, and today, Intel will be showing us what makes their GPUs special.

Today, we hope that Intel will discuss the performance of their graphics chips, their AI-powered XeSS upscaling technology, and the many features that will make Intel ARC worth considering over Nvidia's Geforce and AMD's RDNA 2 offerings. With ARC, Intel's focusing on both gamers and creators, which means that ARC should have a few tricks up its sleeve for workstation and content creation workloads. 

    We are officially launching our Intel® Arc graphics family for laptops, completing the Intel platform. These are the first discrete GPUs from our graphics portfolio for laptops, with our desktop and workstation products coming later this year.

You can join the discussion on Intel's ARC Alchemist graphics reveal on the OC3D Forums.

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30-03-2022, 10:48:10

VladyCzech
I hope many people will buy Intel discreet graphics so true gamers can buy Nvidia more cheap :-) More competition is always a good thing for consumers!Quote

30-03-2022, 10:55:52

Warchild
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Originally Posted by VladyCzech View Post
I hope many people will buy Intel discreet graphics so true gamers can buy Nvidia more cheap :-) More competition is always a good thing for consumers!
Hate to say it, but true gamers dont buy any GPU. They play console. I don't care who buys what as long as the market returned to normality, which in 2022 is never going to happen.

I think my days of PC upgrading are finally over.Quote

30-03-2022, 12:51:58

VladyCzech
Quote:
Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Hate to say it, but true gamers dont buy any GPU. They play console. I don't care who buys what as long as the market returned to normality, which in 2022 is never going to happen.

I think my days of PC upgrading are finally over.

My coment was about Intel GPU, which will be PC/notebook exclusive. No consoles with Intel GPU are anounced yet (the day will come).



My days of upgrading PC are probably over too, as I do not need to upgrade anything (unless i get too excited AGAIN with Nvidia 4080 :-).

I can play anything in 4K 100-120 FPS just fine. And everybody sane knows that 8K gaming is nonsense (except for Nvidia for obvious reasons).Quote

30-03-2022, 19:28:54

Kleptobot
True gamers will buy anything that they can get their grubby little mits on if it means they can play. Having high fps is not what makes someone a gamer, it's crippling carpal tunnel.Quote

31-03-2022, 00:06:27

KingNosser
I beg to differ true gamers own everything, all they care about is the games not which platform they are on.Quote
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