We recently reported Announcement from Intel Arc Alchemist Independent gaming GPU, but the company’s graphics Twitter account was recently released One minute video showing dual fan GPU. Perhaps this will be the heat dissipation design used in the upcoming Intel Alchemist GPU.
Intel has not confirmed the overall specifications of Arc, but all signs indicate that it will reach 512 execution units and 16GB of GDDR6 memory.According to the tweet @GPUsAreMagic, 512 execution units are divided into four groups, each with 128 EUs. However, this is based on the rendering mold shot included in the Intel video announcement, which may not have much to do with the actual chip.
In any case, Intel does not seem to intend to overcool Alchemist.According to the GPU configuration, two fans should be enough, which is a popular choice for our mainstream products Best graphics card List. Or the drone may have just drawn a general-purpose GPU in the sky, and the actual design will be completely different.
Alchemist will first play for the Arc team. According to Anton Kaplanyan’s tweet, Arc GPU will support a complete DirectX 12 Ultimate Edition Feature set, including mesh coloring, variable rate coloring, and ray tracing.Intel will also support neural super sampling, which sounds a lot like Nvidia’s DLSS. It will be interesting to see how Intel does this, because having game developers integrate another upgrade and supersampling algorithm may prove to be problematic-they already have DLSS and FSR As an option, it is therefore questionable whether the game wants to include all three.
Alchemist will be released in the first quarter of 2022. We hope to learn more about the changes in the underlying architecture before then. If all goes well, Intel can actually provide some necessary competition in the GPU market.