The race for the best GPU has ever been headed by Nvidia, with AMD coming at a close second. This might change anytime soon as Intel surfaces again with exciting rumors about their new Arc range GPUs. The compact graphic chips have already stirred the discussion way ahead of their launch.
The new Arc lineup is expected to give tough competition to the upcoming Nvidia’s Lovelace design-based 4000 series and AMD’s RDNA3 architecture-based GPUs.
Twitter user @momomo_us listed several unreleased GPU models in Intel beta drivers. It also showed a total of five graphic card models for desktop PC and mobile, both high-end as well as budget-friendly variants, so every user can find something for themselves.
The specifications and build details are undisclosed as of now. But some of the models to launch are A750, A770, A580, A310, and A580.
One should keep in mind that there have also been rumors of up to seven models in the lineup, so we can expect more than the above list.
The driver, named ‘184.108.40.206’ is compatible with the Arc series and other Intel desktop graphics.
|Sr. No.||Intel Graphics|
|1||Intel ® Iris ® Xe Graphics Family|
|2||Intel ® Iris ® Xe Graphics|
|3||Intel ® UHD Graphics 750|
|4||Intel ® UHD Graphics 730|
|5||Intel ® UHD Graphics p750|
|6||Intel ® Iris ® Xe MAX Graphics Family|
|7||Intel ® Iris ® Xe MAX Graphics|
|8||Intel ® Server GPU SG-18M Family|
|9||Intel ® Server GPU SG-18M|
|10||Intel ® UHD Discrete Graphics|
|11||Intel ® Xe Graphics Family|
|12||Intel ® Xe Graphics|
|13||Intel ® Arc ™ Pro A30M Graphics|
|14||Intel ® Arc ™ Pro A40/A50 Graphics|
|15||Intel ® Arc ™ A370M Graphics Family|
|16||Intel ® Arc ™ A370M Graphics|
|17||Intel ® Arc ™ A350M Graphics Family|
|18||Intel ® Arc ™ A350M Graphics|
|19||Intel ® Arc ™ A380 Graphics Family|
|20||Intel ® Arc ™ A380 Graphics|
|21||Intel ® Arc ™ A310 Graphics Family|
|22||Intel ® Arc ™ A310 Graphics|
|23||Intel ® Arc ™ Xe MAX A200M Graphics Family|
|24||Intel ® Arc ™ Xe MAX A200M Graphics|
|25||Intel ® Arc ™ A770 Graphics Family|
|26||Intel ® Arc ™ A770 Graphics|
|27||Intel ® Arc ™ A750 Graphics Family|
|28||Intel ® Arc ™ A750 Graphics|
|29||Intel ® Arc ™ A580 Graphics Family|
|30||Intel ® Arc ™ A580 Graphics|
|31||Intel ® Arc ™ A770M Graphics Family|
|32||Intel ® Arc ™ A770M Graphics|
|33||Intel ® Arc ™ A730M Graphics Family|
|34||Intel ® Arc ™ A730M Graphics|
|35||Intel ® Arc ™ A550M Graphics Family|
|36||Intel ® Arc ™ A550M Graphics|
|37||Intel ® UHD Graphics 770|
|38||Intel ® UHD Graphics 710|
|39||Intel ® RaptorLake-S Mobile Graphics Controller|
|40||Intel ® Arc ™ Graphics Family|
|41||Intel ® Arc ™ Graphics|
While there has been no official statement from Intel yet, the updated firmware could indicate that the Arc series is coming closer to its launch date.
Some sources have implied the A380 model has a tentative July release date. The A580 and A750 models are expected to launch between 15 May and 30 June. But again, this is just speculation.
However, all tech geeks can agree that the Intel Arc Range holds a lot of promise, and for all we know, it could reshape the entire graphics card game in the field.
Intel Corporation is an American multinational corporation and technology company headquartered in Santa Clara, California, in Silicon Valley. It is the world’s largest semiconductor chip manufacturer on the basis of revenue, and is the developer of the x86 series of microprocessors – the processors found in most personal computers (PCs).
Incorporated in Delaware, Intel ranked No. 46 in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue.