Intel is taking on Nvidia and AMD with its own high-end desktop GPUs for gaming. The launch date for Intel Arc GPUs is unknown, but they are expected to arrive later this year with performance that rivals Nvidia’s RTX 3070 Ti.
The upcoming Intel GPU has now been spotted in a short video clip shared by a Twitter tipster Ayxerious† In the video, the GPU is taken out of the box and briefly shown from different angles. The “Intel” branding is quite evident in the clip.
The Twitter user says he has no idea where this video came from. Watch the clip below.
I just have no idea where this comes from. pic.twitter.com/QEJs7D7Tmb
— Ayxerious (@ayxerious) February 5, 2022
Thanks to the video, we can see that the GPU will have three DisplayPorts (2.0), along with a single HDMI port and will have a two-slot design with two fans. This graphics card is expected to hold 512 EUs.
In addition to this video, the Intel Arc GPU was also spotted in a recently leaked image showing the back of the video card. If we look closely, we can see that the PCB has eight GDDR6 memory modules and 10 VRM phases. The general design on the back is also similar to that in the video.
In simpler words, this is one of Intel’s advanced GPUs that is expected to rival the RTX 3070 Ti. The launch date for Intel’s upcoming graphics cards is still unknown, but we’ll update this space as soon as there is more information.
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